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Co-chairs Emma Bloomberg (the mayor’s daughter) and Vogue Fashion Editor Sally Singer are inviting 20- and 30-somethings to Summer Soiree, a junior benefit for the Campaign for Prospect Park 2001-2005, which set the ambitious goal of raising $116 million in five years. (The Alliance has completed renovation of the boathouse and will unveil the completely restored Parade Grounds in Spring 2004.)

The Soiree, to be held at the park’s 1905 Beaux Arts-style boathouse on July 24 from 7 pm to 9:30 pm, will offer young-adult park enthusiasts an opportunity to mix and mingle, dance to the tunes of DJs Mikey Palms and Kear & Ayres from Williamsburg’s Southpaw nightclub, enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and enjoy leisurely rides on the canopied electric boat, The Independence (pictured).

Soiree-goers are encouraged to dress in "’park chic’ - totally up to the wearer’s imagination."

Tickets are $35-$150. For information, call Amanda Eisen, at (718) 965-7712, or Jessie Betts, at (718) 965-8988.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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