Date: Sunday, September 11th, 2011
Time: Champagne Reception, 5 pm to 6 pm
Main Event, 6 pm to 9 pm
Where: Dr. Peter Centre
Address: 1110 Comox Street, Vancouver BC
Tickets: $300 - Champagne Reception - Join Nathan Fong, Sophie Lui, Jay Janower, Shirley Young and friends for a Champagne Reception from 5pm-6pm,
catered by Lazy Gourmet. Preview the auction items before all the guests arrive, mingle with the event hosts and support the
Dr. Peter Centre. Includes general admission to the event.
$200 - General Admission -Taste culinary creations from top restaurants, sip New Zealand wines,
bid on fantastic auction experiences - including a hotel stay at the Trump Waikiki Beach Walk - and socialize with
trend-setting business and media professionals from around Metro Vancouver, all while supporting the Dr. Peter Centre.
Restaurants: Chambar * Cibo Trattoria * CinCin * Coast * Crave on Main
* Diva at the Met * El Barrio
* Ensemble * Fraiche * Fresh Local Wild *
Hapa Umi * Hawksworth Restaurant * La Terrazza * Le Gavroche * Maenam
at the Shangri-la * MIX the Bakery * Nu Restaurant * O'Doul's Restaurant & Bar * Oru Restaurant *Provence Restaurants
* The Apron at The Westin Wall Centre * The Observatory * Tojo's
Tickets are limited and expected to sell out early! A tax receipt for a portion of the ticket price will be
Available at www.drpeter.org or by calling 604-331-5086.
Location: Dr. Peter Centre, 1110 Comox St (at Thurlow), Vancouver BC V6E 1K5
Complimentary valet parking available.
About the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation
Since 1992, the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation has continued the legacy of Dr. Peter Jepson-Young. The Dr. Peter Centre opened its doors in 1997 and cares for people living with
HIV/AIDS. Operating a day health program and a 24-hour residence with palliative care and respite care services, it is the only program of its kind in Canada and is
recognized as a leader in HIV/AIDS care. For more information on the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation, the Dr. Peter Centre, and Passions, please
The history of Passions traces back to 2003, to a small charity cooking class at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks. A year later in 2004, the event was moved to the Dr. Peter Centre
and christened "Passions." Organized by Nathan Fong, this inaugural event featured nine chefs, 100 attendees and raised $7000.. Under Nathan's continued stewardship,
Passions has since over tripled in size and has become one of Vancouver's most popular food and wine events.
"Reproduced with permission - Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation"
Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation