Summer Social: A Special Olympics New York Junior Committee Event
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The last date listed for Special Olympics Summer Social was Tuesday August 7, 2012 / 7:30pm - 10:30pm.
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Celebrate the holidays while gazing at NYC's skyline and world-famous landmarks on the 1920s-style yacht Manhattan decorated in festive seasonal decor. This 90-minute cruise offers unlimited hot cocoa and cookies, a complimentary beer, wine or champagne from the bar, plus live entertainment of either sing-along holiday carols or two jazz trio sets. See Battery Park, South Street Seaport, Governor's Island, The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and so much more from the yacht's heated, cozy back-deck salon. Learn More
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Each year The Special Olympics Junior Committee hosts a Summer Social Cocktail Benefit at one of Manhattan's most popular venues. This summer, the Special Olympics NYC Junior Committee will have their annual Summer Social on Tuesday, August 7th at Hotel Chantelle. As one of the largest fundraisers for Special Olympics New York, this is an enchanting evening of cocktails and dancing, garnering a lively crowd of over 400 guests.
Hotel Chantelle is a great downtown NYC hotspot located in the ever popular Lower East Side, home to vibrant underground nightlife with three floors (bars on each floor) and rooftop bar. A perfect location for an evening of cocktails under the stars.
In addition, there's also a silent auction. Past items have included: coveted vacation spots and dining experiences (Anguilla, Europe), items from top retailers, including: Saks, Barneys, Tods, Pologeorgis, Tiffany, Ferragamo, Olivia Harris, Joy Cioci, sports memorabilia, fine home furnishings and many others.
Lastly, to cap off the evening, guests will receive a gift bag for attending (as a ‘thank you’ and, because everyone loves something free).
About the Ticket Supplier: Special Olympics New York
Special Olympics empowers children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities including mental retardation, autism and Down syndrome, through a variety of year-round Olympic-style athletic trainings and competitions and other-related programming. Special Olympics New York serves more than 51,000 athletes - 30,000 in New York City alone - and trains hundreds of coaches and works with over 25,000 volunteers who conduct more than 400 trainings and competitions in 22 sports annually.