Party Pictures, Event Details, and the scoop on events; for those who were there, or those who werenâ€™t.
Opera Philadelphia presents Nabucco (Sept. 27-Oct.6, 2013). On its surface, Nabucco is about the epic struggle of Zaccaria and the Jews suppressed by Babylon’s King Nebuchadnezzar and his vengeful daughter, Abigaille.
Cocktails in the Community, a series of cocktail hours starting Thursday July 19, will benefit KenCrest’s work with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism.
The Radnor Hounds Foundation seeks to perpetuate an understanding of the country way of life, to maintain and preserve the history and traditions of hunting with hounds, and to educate the public on proper hound breeding and care.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Philadelphia Style magazine held the second annual Girls Night Out event at The Philadelphia International Flower Show. Tailored JUST for the ladies, Girls Night Out offered 500 guests access to a VIP area with exclusive shopping, food and wine tastings, health and beauty offerings, product demos and more.
The French Heritage Society’s Philadelphia Chapter held a dinner and armagnac tasting at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia with special guest members of the Society from New York and abroad.Â The evening began with an exhibition match of court tennis, or “jeu de paume,” the game of Kings.Â
Guests celebrated the birth of our first president at the annual George Washington Birthday Ball, hosted by The Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution and held at The Union League.
Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art hosted their annual Winter Gala at the museum last Saturday; it was predictably grand, and grandly predictable.
Forward Philadelphians ditched their sofas to sip champagne and walk the red carpet at the Ritz Carlton, where 10Arts Bistro & Lounge screened the 84th Annual Academy Awards in style.Â
Glitterati and honored ‘guests-of-honor’ dare not skip a stop in to ogle jewels and sip champagne at the annual pre-party to The Academy Ball held by the Central Committee at Tiffany’s.
At last week’s Zoe Strauss opening gala, the Philadelphia Museum of Art was bustling with hip-hip hipsters mixing in with the ‘art set’ and museum mavens alike.