Loews Regency Hotel in NYC is hosting “Build a Better Lunchbox,” a fundraising event where kids and parents will have the opportunity to learn how to make healthy and nutritional lunches together and support local community schools.
Support community schools through DonorsChoose.org, Loews’ newest charity partner, a web-based not-for-profit that supports local school projects for individual sponsorship. “Build a Better Lunchbox” will feature a demonstration from the Loews Regency Hotel Executive Chef Stephen Crocker, nutritional tips and advise, hands-on food stations to create lunch, an assortment of berries from Driscoll’s, free Loews Loves Kids branded lunch bags filled with surprises, special play areas for children, a magic show, face-painting and raffle prizes.
To RSVP to “Build a Better Lunchbox” at Loews Regency Hotel, call 212-339-4013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 24, 2010
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Where: Loews Regency Hotel
540 Park Avenue (at 61st Street)
Price: $25 for advance RSVPs, $30 at the door (ticket price is for one child, accompanying adults are free)
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