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Friday, August 12, 2022

Arranmore Center for the Arts Fundraising Face-Off at Sullivan’s Steakhouse

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Courtesy of Rachelle Stoller

Sullivan’s Steakhouse in downtown Naperville was the place to be Wednesday night, where pairs of local business and media personalities showed their mixology mastery in support of Arranmore Center for the Arts (ACA), a local non-profit bringing unique arts programming to the suburbs. All tips from 5:30pm-9:30pm plus a percentage of proceeds will be given to ACA. The tips alone totaled nearly $4,000.

“I was really blown away by how many people came out to support us,” says Shannon Greene Robb, ACA founder and president. “It makes me really excited about our upcoming events.”

The fundraiser kicked off ACA’s 2012 season of events, which includes three Cabernet Cabaret concerts slated to be held on June 9, July 14 and September 7. Cabernet Cabaret features some of the region’s best music and dance live on the lawn at Arranmore Farm in nearby Oswego, Illinois.

To find out more about Arranmore Center for the Arts and purchase tickets for the 2012 Cabernet Cabaret Concert Series, visit www.arranmorearts.org. Thanks for supporting the fine blend of local visual, performing and culinary arts in this active community.

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