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Have You Bought Your Tickets to Howard Brown Health Center’s Garden of Eve?

Do you have your tickets yet to the hottest women’s event of the year? This year’s Garden of Eve event, which benefits women’s health and wellness services at Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC), will be held at the beautiful River East Art Center (435 E. Illinois St.) in downtown Chicago on Friday, September 14th, from 6PM until Midnight. Combining the best elements of the Lesbian Community Care Project’s (LCCP) and HBHC’s two past events, Coming Out Against Cancer and A Taste for Every Palate, Garden of Eve will be an evening of delicious food, drinks, dancing and live entertainment.

Garden of Eve will feature 17 renowned local chefs and restaurants. There will also be a live duet performance by Ten-Time Grammy® Nominee, Meshell Ndegeocello, and Chris Bruce, as well as dancing, drinks, a silent auction, and raffle in a beautiful space overlooking the Chicago River. Ted Allen, host of Food Network’s Chopped will host the VIP reception. Ted previously appeared on Bravo’s Top Chef and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, as well as Food Network’s Iron Chef America.

Ladies: you won’t want to miss this star-studded evening! Get your tickets now!

Friday, September 14, 2012,
6 p.m. – Midnight
River East Art Center
435 East Illinois Street

Purchase your tickets here!

VIP Reception
Hosted by Ted Allen
Host of Food Network’s Chopped
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $300
$350 at the door

Garden Affair
With Duets: Grammy Nominee Meshell Ndegeocello
and Chris Bruce
7:00 p.m. – Midnight
Tickets: $150
$175 at the door

Chef Tastings Provided by:
Acre
Apart Pizza
Broadway Cellars
Ciao Amore
Davanti Enoteca
Elixir
Frida’s
The Hearty Boys Caterers
Magnolia Café
Marigold
Pastoral
Pecking Order
Reza’s
Taverna 750
The Bento Box
Uptown Brownie
Wood

Interested in getting involved in this year’s Garden of Eve? E-mail Willard Dumas, Senior Director of Development, or call 773-572-8368 about host committee, auction prizes, restaurant invitations, and/or sponsorship opportunities.

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About Betsy

Betsy was born in Chicago and raised in the northern suburbs of the city. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with her B.A. in Philosophy, and went on to pursue her M.A. in Social Work from the University of Chicago. Over the past six years, Betsy has developed and pursued her passion for women’s health, LGBTQ issues, and social justice. In January of 2012, she became the Manager of the Lesbian Community Care Project (LCCP) at Howard Brown Health Center, the largest LGBTQ healthcare organization in the Midwest. Betsy is thrilled to join The L Stop team to write for the Queering Her Health blog. She hopes the blog will: 1) help LBTQ women get access to health information that is focused specifically on queer women’s health issues, 2) provide resources for LBTQ women to get connected to healthcare that is safe and affirming, and 3) encourage queer women to take care of themselves and their health, because we’re worth it!

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