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The Crystal Tea Room
100 Penn Square East Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-627-5100
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    Upcoming events
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      Corporate Philanthropy Conference & Awards
    • Monday, September 24, 2018 Crystal Tea Room, Wanamaker Building
    • Join the Philadelphia Inquirer for the inaugural Corporate Philanthropy Conference & Awards, convening corporate and non-profit leaders for a day of education and inspiration for our community. Featuring a special keynote presentation from Chris Long of the Philadelphia Eagles.
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      U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Presents: 25th Anniversary Philadelphia Dinner
    • Thursday, September 27, 2018
    • Please join us to celebrate the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's 25th anniversary. This special evening will honor local Holocaust survivors with the Elie Wiesel Award, a distinction recognizing their invaluable contributions to Holocaust memory and education. The event will also feature a keynote address by esteemed historian and author Deborah E. Lipstadt, who recently completed her third term as member of the Museum's council and chair of the Committee on Holocaust Denial and Antisemitism. If you are unable to attend the dinner, please consider donating to the Museum. Keynote Speaker: Deborah E. Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies, Emory University. Museum Speaker: Edna Friedberg, Historian. Honorees: Holocaust Survivors from the greater Philadelphia area. Chairs: Sara and Joseph Finkelstein. Dinner Committee (as of July 31): Shoshana and Jeremy Bannett, Carol Blank Barsh and Horace Barsh, Ted and Lorri Bernstein, Elaine and Jim Culbertson, Kathy and Jerry Drew, Donald and June Feith, Drs. Pamela Feld-Randel and Harry Randel, Lindsay Feuer and Andrew Derouanna, Ashley Feuer-Edwards and Doug Edwards, Marcy Gringlas and Joel Greenberg, Ellen Gross and Jim Patton, Ariele and Steven Klausner, David Lerman and Shelley Wallock, Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer and Joe Neubauer, Maribeth and Steve Lerner, David and Helen Pudlin, Barbara and Henry Roth, Caren Schiffman and Todd Cohen, Abraham and Roberta Shaked, Morris and Tami Starkman, Juliet I. Spitzer and Philip Wachs, Barbara and Julie Wertheimer. 6 p.m. Reception 7 p.m. Dinner Sponsorship Levels: $25,000, $18,000, $10,000, $6,000, $3,600, $1,800.
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      U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Presents: 25th Anniversary Philadelphia Dinner
    • Thursday, September 27, 2018
    • Please join us to celebrate the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's 25th anniversary. This special evening will honor local Holocaust survivors with the Elie Wiesel Award, a distinction recognizing their invaluable contributions to Holocaust memory and education. The event will also feature a keynote address by esteemed historian and author Deborah E. Lipstadt, who recently completed her third term as member of the Museum's council and chair of the Committee on Holocaust Denial and Antisemitism. If you are unable to attend the dinner, please consider donating to the Museum. Keynote Speaker: Deborah E. Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies, Emory University. Museum Speaker: Edna Friedberg, Historian. Honorees: Holocaust Survivors from the greater Philadelphia area.
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      Attic Youth Center's 25th Anniversary Gala
    • Saturday, November 3, 2018
    • We invite you to join The Attic on November 03, 2018 at the Crystal Tea Room for a festive evening of performances, awards, and dancing to celebrate 25 years of creating opportunities for LGBTQ youth. The Attic began in 1993 as a small, weekly support group, and has since grown into a nationally recognized, multi-service youth organization that is one of the largest community centers in the U.S. committed exclusively to serving LGBTQ youth and allies. Proceeds from The Attic's 25th Anniversary Gala will allow The Attic to continue to provide high-quality programs and services for Philadelphia's LGBTQ youth. Currently, The Attic serves over 1,000 youth each year through its life skills, mental health counseling, supportive services, and community engagement programming, and reaches an additional 5,000 individuals through The Bryson Institute, The Attic's education and training program.