‘Stirring your Communitini’ to bring food, drinks and fun to Connecticut

(WTNH) — Valley United Way will host ‘Stirring your Communitini’ which will bring people together for a exciting night of eating, drinking, networking, and fun.

Restaurants from all across Connecticut will participate in the James Bond themed event, serving up appetizers paired up with custom martinis.

Each guest will be able to eat and drink at each restaurant and will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite appetizer/martini pairing.

In addition to delicious food and drink, people can participate in a costume contest and a balloon pop.

The balloon pop is a surprise drawing where guests purchase a balloon for $20. In each balloon is a piece of paper with a prize written on it. One lucky guest will win a $2,500 diamond necklace donated by Marks of Design.

Tony Ricco, Frank Sinatra Tribute, Jack Lynn, and Dean Martin Tribute will serenade the evening.

Tickets are $50 which can be purchased at the door or at http://www.valleyunitedway.org.

Stirring your Communitini will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, November 17th on 2 Corporate Drive in Shelton.

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