The Philadelphia Art Alliance Patron Party for “Spring at The Mansion.” Plus Ticket Info for 5/3 Event

The Philadelphia Art Alliance welcomed Philadelphia’s
top movers and shakers who have contributed to their debut
Spring at The

evening served as a thank you to patrons for their generous support and offered
gratitude to those who have helped Spring
at The Mansion
come to life. Guests of the Patron Party enjoyed creative
cocktails and savored innovative dishes at Stephen STARR Events brand new
 Bonnie Shanis, Ellen Berman Lee and, Julie Stone
Spring at the Mansion Host Committee Members Suzanne Cohn and Norman Cohn with son Jonathan Cohn (middle)
Fashion blogger Ian Michael Crumm,  and fashionable Randyl Case
 Stephen Olitsky and Kristen


Richard Woosnam; Diane Dalto
Philadelphia Art Alliance Board Chair; John Pcsolar

 Sylvia Cashman; Nicole
, Philadelphia Art Alliance Board Member and “Spring at The Mansion” Event Chair; President and
CEO of Cashman & Associate; Adam Sandman, Philadelphia Art Alliance Board

Alan Sandman, Philadelphia
Art Alliance Board Member; Janice Woodcock, Philadelphia Art Alliance Executive
Interim Director; and John P. Pcsolar 
 Tickets and Info – HERE

WHAT: A fundraising event of which a portion of the
proceeds will benefit the preservation and restoration of the historic
and aesthetically significant Wetherill Mansion, the oldest cultural
institution on the Square and the home of the Philadelphia Art Alliance.

WHERE: The Philadelphia Art Alliance, 251 South 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

This spring, the Philadelphia Art Alliance will debut a new
fundraising event–“Spring at The Mansion.” Set in the jewel of
Rittenhouse Square, The Wetherill Mansion, this progressive evening will
take guests on a journey of fine cuisine, specialty cocktails, dancing,
and artful elegance. A portion of the proceeds raised from this event
will benefit the preservation and restoration of The Wetherill Mansion,
home of the Philadelphia Art Alliance and the oldest cultural
institution on the Square. Guests will enjoy fare from acclaimed Chef
Nick Elmi of Rittenhouse Tavern, live music, and a silent auction
featuring amazing, one-of-a-kind experiences.

The Philadelphia Art Alliance would like to thank and acknowledge the following for their support:
PLATINUM SPONSORS: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Block, Cashman & Associates, Joseph and Carole Shanis
EVENT PARTNERS: Constellation Brands, INC., Double
Cross Vodka, Eddie Tully Evantine Design, Eventions Productions, Letter
27,  DESIGN, Penn Distributors, INC., Philadelphia Style Magazine,
Potito’s Bakery & Dessert Boutique, Rittenhouse Tavern, Stephen
Starr Events
Thanks to Cashman & Al For for the photographs for this post. 
(Sponsored Post)