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NHPT 50th Anniversary Celebration Dinner

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NHPT 50th Anniversary Celebration Dinner

Time: September 24, 2011 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: Kroon Hall, The Yale School of Forestry
Street: 195 Prospect Street
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: 203-562-5919
Event Type: anniversary, celebration
Organized By: Anita Buckmaster
Latest Activity: Sep 8, 2011

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Please join us for The New Haven Preservation Trust 50th Anniversary Dinner, celebrating the past, present and future of historic preservation in New Haven.

* 5:30
Appetizers by Chestnut Fine Foods
“NHPT” cocktail by master mixologist John Ginnetti of 116 Crown
Tours of Kroon Hall by architect Mark Simon
Silent Auction of “New Haven Experiences”

* 6:30
Welcome by Mayor John DeStefano, Jr.
NHPT Reminiscences by Preston Maynard, past Executive Director
Future of NHPT by Pedro Soto, President, Board of Directors

* 7:00
Harvest Dinner Stations created by Chestnut Fine Foods as a part of Connecticut’s “Farm to Chef” week, consisting of farm-fresh local ingredients
Connecticut wines from Chamard Vineyards and Jonathan Edwards Winery
Beverages from Foxon Park
Cupcakes from Sugar Bakery
Sparkling toast from Hopkins Vineyard
And more!

Tickets are $75. Please purchase your ticket by Sept. 10, 2011.

Parking is available at Yale University Lot 22 and on the street.

For more information, please contact us at 203-562-5919 or email .

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