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Cocktails & Conversations hosted by Young Arts PatronsOctober 28, 2017, 6:30 pm-10:00 pm

1801 Exeter Rd
Germantown, TN
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Young Arts Patrons, a lively group of under 40 philanthropists and arts patrons, will kick-off the performing arts season with The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet performance on October 28, 2017 at Germantown Performing Arts Center. The evening will start at 6:30PM with a pre-show cocktail happy hour hosted by YAP Members. The cocktail hour events include pre-show entertainment by Memphis musician Brennan Villianes and hors d’oeuvres from food sponsor Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe. The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet will take stage at 8PM.
Young Arts Patrons works with community partner organizations like GPAC to support the community engagement and arts organizations

Tickets are not required to attend the pre-show cocktail hour. Tickets are required and may be purchased for The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet at https://www.gpacweb.com/event-list/2017/10/28/6tvr0fyncofdljxoh32ixnp9nslmdz

About Young Arts Patrons
Young Arts Patrons (YAP)is a dynamic group of young philanthropists that use the power of collective action to create positive change and support the arts across Shelby County. The group provides young professionals (aged 21-40) in the Greater Memphis area with a forum to experience and support arts-based events, programs, and initiatives. Program events sponsored by Young Arts Patrons include Young Collectors Contemporary Art Fair held annually in the spring. Social events have included Whet Thursday with The Metal Museum, IRIS Orchestra preview night, invite-only visiting artists dinners with Fourth Bluff, private tours with Brooks Museum of Art, and trips to Arkansas Arts Center for special tours of exhibitions.


October 28, 2017
6:30 pm-10:00 pm
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Young Arts Patrons

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