THIS EVENT IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT! NO FURTHER RSVPS WILL BE ACCEPTED. NO ENTRANCE TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.
Bay Area Friends of Europe is having its second Holiday Party! The event will take place at a mid-Peninsula non-profit art museum and will be an American-style potluck with a European flavor. Come and celebrate the season and have some fun with your Euro friends. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the museum which supports and features artists from Europe.
To help to ensure a good potluck mix, we suggest that if your first name begins with A to P bring an appetizer or tapas-style small dish, and if Q to Z bring a dessert. However, if you really really want to make deviled eggs but your first name begins with S, don't worry, bring the deviled eggs. Not a cook? Don't worry either! Buy something delicious at your favorite deli, bakery, or cheese shop.
What you bring should provide 4 to 6 servings and could be served cold, at room temperature, or re-heated in a standard-sized microwave. Plan to bring serving utensils if needed and remember to take them home when you leave. Plates, cutlery, cups and napkins will be provided for everyone.
For those inspired, bring your favorite holiday food that typifies your home country to share with your European and europhile friends. Label your appetizer/dish/dessert with your name, its name and country of origin, and perhaps a note about its ingredients or history. Prizes will be given for the most delicious and unusual dishes.
As well as food, this is also a bring-your-own-booze event. Bring a bottle of an interesting wine or beer (or water!) perhaps from your home country that you would like to drink and share.
The venue has its own large parking lot and is just a 10 minute walk or a short taxi ride from the Millbrae BART/Caltrain station.
There’s a $10 entrance charge per person ($15 after December 7) for this special event, payable online in advance. Click the Yes button under "Will you attend?" to RSVP and pay. (Please contact [masked] if online payment is a problem.)