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3rd Annual Williamsville Jazz Dinner/Dance
3rd Annual Williamsville Jazz Dinner/Dance
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Date/Time
Saturday, April 26th 2014
6:00 pm

Location
Williamsville Jr. High

3rd Annual Williamsville Jazz Dinner/Dance
Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 6 to 9:30 pm. (doors open at 5:00 pm)
Williamsville Jr. High, 500 S. Walnut St. Williamsville, IL
Ticket price $20 each which includes Dinner provide by Hickory River Smokehouse
Reserve a table by purchasing a table of ten.
To purchase tickets, visit our website at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-williamsville-jazz-dinner-tickets-9089193021  or contact Chris and Sandy Walden at (217) 544-3234 or williamsvillejazzdinner@gmail.com
The evening will also include a silent auction.

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