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"It's About Time" Halloween Bash & Silent Auction To Be Held Saturday, October 30th

The Phoenixville Area Time Bank is hosting a Halloween Bash and Silent Auction on Saturday, October 30th beginning at 7pm:
"It's About Time" Halloween Bash & Silent Auction
Saturday, October 30, 2010
7:00–11:00 PM
Franklin Commons, Phoenixville, PA


Purchase Tickets at www.PATB.EventBrite.com
Questions? Call 610-608-9281 or e-mail timedollar@verizon.net

Save the Date for the Best Halloween Party Around!

Tired of the heat and humidity? Think ahead to the cooler days of late October, when ghosts and goblins are afoot, and mark off Saturday evening, October 30 for the coolest Halloween party around!

The Phoenixville Area Time Bank (PATB), a community non-profit, is sponsoring a “Halloween Bash” – a night of music, dancing, food, drink and spooktacular fun, to be held at Franklin Commons, in Phoenixville, PA. This is the 5th annual “It’s About Time” party and fundraiser that PATB has sponsored, and the first to be held at the beautiful and spacious Franklin Commons event venue.

Come join the fun and:
  • Dance to local band “The National Bird”
  • Eat locally grown food and homemade deserts
  • Drink soft drinks, cider, beer and wine
  • Enter the costume contest (costumes optional)
  • Bid at the silent auction and try your luck with raffles. You may go home with great prizes donated by area businesses, attractions, artisans and craftspeople.

Tickets are $25.00 each in advance, $30 at the door. Visit the PATB website at www.pa-timebank.org for information on ticket purchases, or email timedollar@verizon.net for general information.

About the Phoenixville Area Time Bank
The Phoenixville Area Time Bank is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose members build community by exchanging services on an equal basis. A portion of the profits from this event will be used to support our ‘2010 Project’ which includes outreach to the most vulnerable members of our community – those with disabilities, the elderly, unemployed and convalescents.

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