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Sibley Forest Progressive Dinner – February 11, 2012
 Sibley Forest Progressive Dinner – February 11, 2012
This year, register online! It’s easy!
Come celebrate Valentine’s Day at Sibley Forest’s Progressive Dinner on February 11.  This truly enjoyable evening offers a relaxed opportunity to catch up with neighborhood friends – while savoring good food and wine.  You won’t want to miss it.  The cost is $25 per couple/$15 per person. 
The February 11 evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. with appetizers, followed by dinner -- at the homes of gracious neighborhood hosts.  Dessert will be at the clubhouse.
The price covers beer, wine and paper goods.  Attendees bring an appetizer and a dessert or dessert wine (to the appetizer and dessert functions, respectively).  Your dinner host will contact you to bring a bottle of wine and a side dish for dinner. 
Enjoy entertaining? PLEASE HOST!  All hosts will be entered into a raffle for a Valentine’s gift basket.
HOW TO RSVP: RSVP via the RSVP function AT LEFT of homepage AND drop your check to SFWC for $25 to Kim Janke at 662 Gunby by January 30.   Receipt of your check will confirm your participation.
Keep watching and the Sibley Forest Neighborhood Group Facebook page for more details. Contact Anne Davidson at (also in directory) if you would like to host or have questions. 
The proceeds of this event support Women’s Club neighborhood events and various local charities.
Huh? Say again? How does that work?....

Here's a further explanation of the Sibley Forest Progressive Dinner for those who are new to the event.

Neighbors sign up to host or to just attend, but everyone contributes food items. You go to one home for appetizers, one home for dinner and then end up at the clubhouse with everyone.

You bring an appetizer to the appetizer house you are going to.
You bring a side dish and wine to the home you are having dinner at.
You drop off a dessert at the clubhouse.

So, everyone contributes to the event. You move around the neighborhood during the evening, being hosted at different neighbors' homes.

It's really a fun time and you get to meet neighbors you usually don't bump into in the neighborhood.

Hope that clarifies things. You can also contact Anne Davidson with further questions at