The Secret Is Out! The Garden Party Of The Year Is Coming!

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You may have seen the event floating around Facebook, and doesn’t it look stunning?

So the word is out, CanTeen will host a Secret Garden Party this April in a spectacular effort to raise funds and awareness for young people living with cancer.

The iconic grounds of Carclew, North Adelaide will be adorned with lanterns, fairy lights and floral displays from the wonder team at Tynte Flowers. The night will offer gourmet catering, chilled James Squire beer and award winning Paxton Wines. To add to the stunning setting, the constant stream of delicious canapés and the flowing beer and wine, there will be live music and entertainment too. It will no doubt set the mood for a relaxed Friday evening watching the sunset.

The Garden Party is a new inclusion within the CanTeen events calendar, supporting other well-known campaigns such as the iconic National Bandanna Day. CanTeen SA/NT Division Manager Brad Manuel explains that the new event is an exciting occasion for CanTeen.

“We have listened to what young professional in particular have told us they look for in an event and we are certain the Secret Garden Party will deliver. This is part of our ongoing commitment to be a youth oriented organisation in all that we do. This is also an opportunity to align with a charity whilst having a great time.”

All funds raised will support young people dealing with the challenges cancer brings, be it their own diagnosis or the diagnosis of a parent or sibling.

Tickets are moving fast – head to stickytickets.com.au to book.

The Secret Garden Party – Supporting CanTeen

When: Friday April 1, 2016
Time: 5.30pm-9pm
Tickets: All-inclusive ticket – $75.00pp

The Secret Garden Party is an 18+ event

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Hannah is a passionate young writer who loves food, wine, fashion and wine. Oh did we say wine already? She is thrilled to be able to share what is new and exciting here in South Australia, through writing the regular 'Glam Guides' and other feature stories.

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