Clarke, New England’s official Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen and one of the partner businesses at 7 Tide, had the pleasure of participating in the Boston Design Center’s 6th Floor Summer Soiree earlier this month. Proceeds from the event were donated to Artists for Humanity, a Boston-based nonprofit organization that works to “… bridge economic, racial, and social divisions by providing under-resourced urban youth with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design,” according to its mission statement.
Guests mingled throughout the sixth floor, enjoying cocktails and small plates with an international flair. Each of the contributing businesses was designated as a different country. Clarke and Downsview embraced its Canada assignment by serving classic Canadian delicacies such as Tourtière.
The stage was set for an evening of international fun from the moment guests arrived.
Downsview was designated as “Canada” for the event.
Heather Kahler, from Downsview Kitchens of Boston, and a guest alongside the Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven, a raffle item.
Getting into the spirit of evening’s international theme.
On hand from Clarke were: Jeremy McCulla, Jane Vitagliano, Lee Maida and Debbie Burke.
Guests mingled throughout the showrooms and displays on the sixth floor of Boston Design Center.
An original painting from one of the artists from Artists for Humanity was displayed and offered for sale.