Sarasota Florida – Project Light Of Manatee will present their Second Annual Fundraiser- “Bubbles, Beats & Bites; An International Experience”, taking place at
Art Avenue On Main, 1440 MAIN ST, SARASOTA, FL 34236 Friday December 2, 2022 from 6-9 PM. Project Light will be featuring performances by concert pianist
and Sarasota resident, Eleonora Lvov. Also performing will be Project Light’s very own students. Appetizers will be provided by Maximillian’s Cafe, bubbles and
wine will be provided by Vino Bistro.
Project Light Language School is proud to bring “Bubbles, Beats & Bites; An International Experience” to Art Avenue On Main in the heart of Downtown
Sarasota, Florida for the second year. Join us for an international experience with a hint of holiday spirit.
Enjoy the enchanting piano performance by classical concert pianist and, Sarasota resident, Eleonora Lvov, a luminous, boldly emotive pianist, with staggering technique. She emanates spirituality and ardent passion in her piano performances of Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Gershwin and others. Sip on wine
and bubbles provided by Vino Bistro to pair perfectly with the carefully curated international hors d’oeuvres catered by Maximillian’s Cafe. Featured artist Yow
Giao will present her art for auction. Yow is a Vietnamese immigrant who has faced adversity and now fulfilled her dream of owning an art gallery in Bradenton, FL.
Learn more about our event here www.projectlightofmanatee.org/fundraiser.
We are also accepting event sponsors, if interested please fill out the sponsor form on our event page.
Project Light Of Manatee Inc. is a non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Code 501 (c)(3). EIN No. 65-0490652. Founded in 1994 by Sister Nora Brick and Ed & Ann Griffin. Our mission is to teach adults English skills that are necessary to function at home, on the job, and in the community. Our students come from many parts of the world, we welcome diversity and we embrace
Our vision is to empower adult learners to participate more meaningfully in our community through English language proficiency