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Cocktails and Cupcakes at The Dowse, July 14


CUPCAKES AND COCKTAILS Thurs 14 July | 6-7.30pm | $60 | In association with High Teahttp://www.dowse.org.nz/Exhibitions/Current-Exhibitions/High-Tea/

Following on from a sell-out at Wellington On A Plate in 2010, this stunning event is back on the 2011 programmehttp://www.wellingtononaplate.com/festival-events-2011/event/cupcakes-and-cocktails.

The Dowse is also hosting this exclusive evening event, providing another opportunity for you to mingle with the cocktail and cupcake experts and learn the tricks of the trade, you will also come away with a boutique box of cupcakes.

Meet the boys from Liquid Winks, cocktail connoisseurs (and the talent behind Wellington's Hawthorne Lounge and The Roxy's Coco Bar) and learn how to prepare exquisite cocktails to match your designer cupcakes. The girls from Martha's Pantry will be on hand to guide you through cupcake decoration techniques. A fun evening out, so grab some friends (please decide who is driving home) and book now, numbers are limited.
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL Ph 04 570 6500 dowsebookings@huttcity.govt.nz


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