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Winter Weekend: Demonstration and Discussion with Antoni Porowski

Student Organization Events
Cohen Auditorium
Friday, Jan 17, 2020 at 7:00 PM (ET)

As the Queer Eye food and wine connoisseur, Antoni Porowski brings with him a lifelong passion for food and a history of catering private events. Join TUSC as we kick off the spring semester and bring Antoni's unique culinary philosophy—food should tell a story and the heart and the stomach are inter-connected—to Tufts!Your $10 ticket for Antoni's cooking demonstration and discussion go on sale and at the Campus Center Information Booth starting 10:30am on January 15.THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO CURRENT TUFTS UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY. 

A Tufts ID will be required for entry. There will be NO GUEST TICKETS or tickets available for faculty, staff, graduate students, or alumni.

Event Details:

Doors: Doors to this event are open from 6:30 p.m - 7:00 p.m. There is no entry after 7 p.m. 

Valid Ticket & Tufts ID: All attendees must have a valid ticket, and Tufts ID. As with all TuftsTickets events, tickets are non transferable and non refundable. The name on the ticket must match the name on the scanner and on the Tufts ID presented. We encourage you to confirm your ticket prior to Friday at 4 p.m. so the Office for Campus Life is available to address any ticketing concerns. Please email (do not call) with any ticket concerns.

Prohibited Items: No outside beverages or food allowed in the event, including water bottles. There is no coat check.• Conduct: All Tufts University policies and standards of behavior apply. All attendees are responsible for adhering to the Tufts University Student Code of Conduct. Students found to be disruptive or in violation of any laws or University policies will be immediately removed and subject to disciplinary action.

No Show/Standby Group: If you purchased a ticket and are no longer able to attend or you do not arrive prior to 7 p.m., your ticket will be released to another student in the standby group. If you no longer plan to attend, please email to let them know you’d like your ticket to be given to an individual on the standby group. To join the standby group, simply arrive to the event and ask the trip coordinator to be added to the standby group list. Tickets cannot be given to another specific individual as tickets are non-transferable and the standby list is first come, first served.

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Online ticket sales ended on 1/17/2020 at 7:00 PM (ET)