4th Annual Wine Tasting Event "Sip of Summer"

Chrysalis Project, Inc. and Celebrate Women present the 4th Annual Wine Tasting Event, "Sip of Summer" at Art Lofts, courtesy of Landmark Developers.

All proceeds benefit scholarships for the non-profit The Chrysalis Project, and young women heading off to college.

Tickets are $50.00.

Contact Information
  1. Leana Walcott
  2. 908-566-6402
Sat, June 23
4:00 pm — 8:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/23/2018 4:00pm 06/23/2018 8:00pm America/New_York 4th Annual Wine Tasting Event "Sip of Summer"

Chrysalis Project, Inc. and Celebrate Women present the 4th Annual Wine Tasting Event, "Sip of Summer" at Art Lofts, courtesy of Landmark Developers.

All proceeds benefit scholarships for the non-profit The Chrysalis Project, and young women heading off to college.

Tickets are $50.00.

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152-158 East Second Street
Plainfield, NJ 07060

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