Published on: September 30, 2017
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Rotary Toronto Eglinton is hosting a fabulous evening of wine tasting, food pairings and live entertainment, including silent and live auctions in support of Women’s Brain Health Initiative on
Some of the exciting auction items include;
Muskoka Spa Holiday | 10 Day Brazilian Getaway | Vail Colorado Holiday | Air Canada Flight Simulator | Fine Wines | Propane BB | Toronto Police Dog Squad Tour | Gold Packages | Sports Tickets and More!
THURSDAY OCTOBER 26, 2017 | 6:30 – 10:00 PM
1100 Millwood Road | Toronto | Free Parking Available
A charitable tax receipt will be provided for the portion of the ticket permitted by CRA
To Purchase Tickets Please Visit rotarytorontoeglinton.com or @RotaryTorontoEglinton
For additional details Call 416.930.8138 or 416.944.1743 or Email RotaryTorontoEglinton@gmail.com
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