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Honda presents For Our Children Food & Wine Festival

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Join Sandpipers and Honda for the 29 annual For Our Children Food & Wine Festival on Sunday, April 27.

Last year, 800 guests feasted on fabulous food specialties, fine wine and tasty beers while raising over $60,000!

The event features the best of the South Bay with about one hundred of the finest restaurants, wineries and breweries represented.

The fabulous silent and live auctions feature unique gift items and experiences with the proceeds benefitting Sandpipers philanthropic programs and TrinityKids Care.

The event will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. under the tent at the American Honda Motor Company headquarters in Torrance.
Tickets are $150 per person in advance and $175 at the door.

For additional information, to purchase event tickets or make a donation, visit the website at https://4rchildren.ejoinme.org/MyPages/DonationPage/tabid/356497/Default....

American Honda Motor Company headquarters is located at 1919 Torrance Boulevard in Torrance.

NOTE: Tickets will be mailed to the name and address in the credit card information section. For orders received after April 21, tickets will be held at Will Call. No one under 21 will be admitted. No oversized handbags, please.

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