Mary Ann Esposito's Holiday Desserts




New Hampshire Home's Celebrity Lecture Series 2010 presents Mary Ann Esposito's Holiday Desserts, to be held on November 6 at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester.Join Mary Ann Esposito, the creator and host of "Ciao Italia," now in its twenty-first season on PBS, in a special holiday program called Artful Dolce.

Among the inspiring surroundings of The Currier Museum of Art, Mary Ann will prepare her favorite holiday desserts, as well as share recipes and tips.

In addition to producing "Ciao Italia" and making nationwide appearances, Mary Ann has written 11 cookbooks. "Ciao Italia Five Ingredient Favorites" hit bookstores in September 2009.

Register today to enjoy a complimentary breakfast before the presentation, for a chance to have Mary Ann autograph one of her cookbooks and to join Currier docents for a food-and-spirits-themed tour of the museum.

Tickets, which are limited to 150 guests and available exclusively through New Hampshire Home, are $25 per person and include entry to the museum.

To reserve your tickets, call Emily at (603) 413-5113 or e-mail eauger@nh.com.

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