15th Anniversary Party!

Come to our anniversary party! Celebrating 15 years of literary journeys, poetic revelry, prose persuasions, and love and support for Asian American literature. Meet and mingle with writers and artists to raise a toast to the Workshop. Presentation of The Lifetime Achievement Award to Maxine Hong Kingston by Jessica Hagedorn and the announcement of the 2006 Asian American literary award winners will begin at 8:15pm. Below are the locations for the event, notices, and proper acknowledgments:

6pm – 7pm, VIP reception @ Cendrillion

45 Mercer Street (btwn Grand and Broome Street)

$1000 tickets in advance, please click here for details

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7pm – 9pm, General reception

35 Wooster Street (btwn Grand & Broome Street)

Click here for directions

We are requesting a $10 donation from everyone who wants to attend.
Please pre-pay using a credit card. It will guarantee your admission because the event will likely sell out.
Please call 212.494.0061.

Wine courtesy of Mrs. Peggy Furth of Chalk Hill Winery
Water courtesy of Borjomi Water

15th Anniversary Party!

Thursday, September 28, 2006
7:00 PM
$0.00
AAWW Anniversary Party General Reception
35 Wooster Street
New York NY
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