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Circa66-CMHC Turns 45

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Circa66-CMHC Turns 45

Time: November 3, 2011 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Terminal 110
Street: 240 Sargent Drive
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Website or Map: http://www.terminal110.com
Phone: 203-974-7082
Event Type: fundraiser, anniversary, dancing
Organized By: Kyle Pedersen
Latest Activity: Sep 26, 2011

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cmhc foundationIn honor of CMHC’s founding in 1966, the CMHC Foundation is hosting a fabulous anniversary bash:  Circa66-CMHC Turns 45.  Our 60’s inspired open-house will take place on Thursday, November 3, 5:30-8:30pm, at Terminal 110 in New Haven.  You can count on great food, classic cocktails, games & prizes, and much more!  The evening also features special guest Garrett Stack, host of WMNR’s American Jukebox, and the premiere of a new short film by Karyl Evans:  Connecticut Mental Health Center:  Community of Hope.  More detailed information about the event is on our website at www.cmhcfoundation.org.

 

TICKETS:  $66 per person

 

GROUP DISCOUNT

Groups of 10 or more are invited to attend for the discounted price of $45 per person—more than $10 off the $66 per-person ticket price.  Each ticket includes include all food, one complimentary alcoholic drink, cash bar, unlimited free soft drinks, gelato bar, and complimentary party gifts.

 

Reservations & More Information:

sharon.degenaro@yale.edu or 203-974-7082

www.cmhcfoundation.org

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