Tickets on Sale NOW for Scotiabank Passions: Sunday September 14, 2014
Vancouver, BC, August 29, 2014 - To celebrate a new decade of this event, we're
taking Scotiabank Passions to another level - including a new and exciting venue: The Imperial!
While the Dr. Peter Centre served as a great venue for many years, the new venue will provide an
even better party experience - and won't require us to disrupt services for our rapidly growing number of Day
Health program clients. So get your tickets and we will see you at the Imperial (319 Main Street).
Champagne Reception 5:00PM - tickets $300
General Admission 6:00PM - tickets $250
*General Admission Tickets $225 now until September 1st*
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE MENU
Or call 604.331.5086
Co-Emcees: Global BC's Sophie Lui and The Beat's Jonny Staub
Live Auction by Man About Town and Auctioneer-Extraordinaire Fred Lee
Complimentary valet parking available. Thank you to Easy Park for providing us with a preferential parking rate
for the evening.
Featuring: BEAUCOUP BAKERY: BELLA GELATERIA: BOULEVARD CIBO: CINCIN: COAST: ESPANA: THE FAT BADGER: FORAGE: GLOWBAL:
JOE FORTES: MAENAM: MARKET: MIKU: MINAMI: THE OBSERVATORY: PROVENCE: RAWBAR: SAVOURY CHEF TOJO'S: WEST.
Cocktails by Lauren Mote of Bittered Sling
View the menu here!
About the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation
At the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation, every day is an inspiring reminder of what we can achieve by
providing HIV treatment and other supports for people whose lives are impacted by HIV/AIDS and
the additional challenges of addiction, mental illness, homelessness, poverty and discrimination.
For more information on the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation, the Dr. Peter Centre, and Scotiabank
Passions, please visit www.drpeter.org.
About Scotiabank Passions
The history of Scotiabank Passions dates back to 2002 when a small charity cooking class was
held at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks. A year later, the annual event was christened "Passions."
Organized by Vancouver food media personality, Nathan Fong, the inaugural event featured nine
chefs, 100 attendees and raised $7000. Under Nathan's continued stewardship, Scotiabank
Passions has since tripled in size and has become one of Vancouver's most popular food and
wine events. To date, Scotiabank Passions has raised more than $1 million for HIV/AIDS care.
"Reproduced with permission - Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation"
Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation
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