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Hands That Feed cocktail benefit in Miami

Event Date: 
April 2, 2011 - 18:00 - 20:00

Hands That Feed cocktail benefit at Tap Tap

We are proud to announce the preview of the official movie trailer of Hands that Feed at a spectacular upcoming party in Miami. Join us for drinks, food, music, and an opportunity to view fantastic footage ranging from inspiring rural leaders to top-notch expert interviews.

The event will be held on Saturday, April 2nd, from 6-8PM at the Tap Tap Haitian restaurant and bar, adjacent to the main strip on Lincoln Road.

The party will coincide with the Sustainable Haiti and Sustainatopia conferences that same weekend. This will be an opportunity to mingle with a great mix from the sustainable development world, Miami art and film scene, and the Haitian academic and local communities. You will have a chance to meet the filmmakers, view the official trailer, and enjoy live music from the world famous Haitian musician Manno Charlemagne.

There is a $20 suggested donation, with which you will receive a complementary cocktail and appetizer.

Please see the official link for details and forward to friends in Miami: http://www.sustainatopia.com/hands-that-feed-cocktail-benefit-at-tap-tap.

To RSVP, email "RSVP Miami" to annechristine@handsthatfeed.com.

Warm Regards,

The Hands That Feed Team

Location:
Tap Tap Haitian restaurant and bar
819 5th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
United States

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