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By: | Posted: 04/15/2010
Experience Target Field more intimately while pitching in to great causes at these up-and-coming benefits.
Friday, April 23
The LEAD Project's Green Party
The LEAD Project's Green Party is an Earth Day themed benefit for Great River Greening, an organization that restores natural areas and open spaces.
Our friends at LEAD say the green dress code can be translated literally or creatively, by wearing something borrowed, recycled, or made from eco-friendly materials.
Catch fabulous views from the Metropolitan Club while mingling with 300 or so 20- and 30-somethings.
$65, 8:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m., Metropolitan Club at Target Field,1 Twins Way, Mpls.
Saturday, April 24
The Page Education Foundation's 2010 Spring Party—Hometown Heroes
The Page Education Foundation's 2010 Spring Party—Hometown Heroes will benefit the mentoring of youth of color to pursue post-secondary education.
The party takes place at the Legends Club with—you guessed it—spectacular views. Nibble on gourmet-esque ballpark fare while rubbing elbows with 800 Page Education Foundation benefactors. Expect music by The Kevin Washington Quartet, a DJ and dancing, an auction, and a raffle.
We were told the dress theme is pretty open, so you’ll see a variety of looks. Hmmm, baseball caps, jewels, and mules?
$100, 7:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m., The Legends Club at Target Field, 1 Twins Way, Mpls.
Hope to see ya at the ballpark!
P.S. Make-a-Wish's May 1st Wishball is sold out!
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