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Meghan Rose Bradley Foundation presents: Ladies Night Out!


BRANCHBURG, NJ – Hey ladies – ready for an evening of wine, food, fun and friends?  Need a break from your standard work/home attire? We’ve got an event for you!

The Meghan Rose Bradley Foundation will hold its 12th Annual Ladies Night Out – Biker Babes! Feb. 22 at Soriano’s Parkside in Bridgewater, featuring wines paired with theme-related food and a silent auction of gift baskets donated from our local business community. 

Everyone is welcome to join in our motorcycle-themed fun (dress up suggested, but not required).   Find your inner biker or come as you are.  We hope you choose to adorn yourself in your biker-best, whether that means full-on denim and leather or just maybe an added choker or bandana. Whatever you wear, the event will be a winner for you, your friends, and the Foundation.

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As always, we will offer mouthwatering food – each course paired with appropriate wines. A knowledgeable wine expert will provide sampling notes and will be available to answer questions about the vintages and food pairings.

All proceeds from the event will fund pediatric brain cancer research and provide scholarships to local area students.  The Foundation honors the life and memory of Meghan Rose Bradley who was diagnosed with brain cancer on October 1, 2004 and passed away just thirty-eight days later November 7, 2004.

Please join a spirited group of ladies for a well-deserved evening out for a great cause.  

Tickets purchased prior to February 1 are just $50.00 (after that date, $55).  Seating will be limited.

For more information on the Foundation, please e-mail us at: or visit our

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