657 Harrison Street
San Francisco, California 94107

Spinsters of San Francisco Invite All to Fleet Week Kick-Off Event

San Francisco, CA (October 8, 2010, 9 pm - 2 am) – The Spinsters of San Francisco kick-off their 81st year with the much anticipated Fleet or Flight party at the internationally-acclaimed supperclub (657 Harrison Street, San Francisco). This event, benefiting local non-profit City of Dreams and sponsored by 7x7 Magazine, also provides a memorable beginning to San Francisco’s Fleet Weekend.

Cocktail attire is suggested and guests are encouraged to don festive aeronautical or nautical themed attire. Beats will be provided by legendary DJ Ms. Jackson while guests dance, lounge on white beds and spectate aerial performers. Advance tickets are available for $30.00 If still available, tickets will be sold at the door for $40. Gentlemen and ladies with military badges receive a discount.

Spinsters of SF Board of Directors: Liz Brusca (President), Ashley Hayes (Vice President), Katie Hansen (Secretary), Katie Faulkner (Treasurer), Ashli Hollars (Membership Director), Kelly Chrisman (Charity Director), Jessica Halper (Committee Director).

Charity Party Co-Chairs: Vanessa Grunder, Alexandra Hoffman & Wendi Palmer

About City of Dreams: City of Dreams is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping at-risk youth build brighter futures through mentorship and youth development. City of Dreams provides caring, compassionate mentors in one to one relationships and group events designed to promote a child's self esteem, helping them to build a brighter future for themselves.

About the Spinsters of San Francisco: Spinsters of San Francisco was founded on November 6, 1929. Patricia Tobin (Mrs. Sheldon Cooper) hosted the first meeting in the ballroom of her grandparents' home, the de Young house, at 1919 California Street. The Bachelors of San Francisco had already been formed, and the young women wanted to develop a sister organization. The first president was Harriet Brownell, who presided over the original membership of 35 young women.Spinsters of San Francisco have evolved into a community oriented social and philanthropic organization of up to 195 members. Non-profit by charter, the group is comprised of college educated, unmarried women who sponsor and raise funds each year for a designated local charity. In addition, the group hosts after work and evening cocktail parties, seasonal dances and three Charity Events for members and their guests. Traditionally, the members have also volunteered their time with local arts organizations, medical facilities and other philanthropic groups such as the Guardsmen.

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