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 May 30, 2004 20:08 PDT 


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Please join us for a very special evening &

"Enterprising Women of Fine Dining"
Monday, June 21, 2004
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Mark Taper Auditorium at the Central Library
Los Angeles Public Library
Fifth and Flower Streets, Downtown Los Angeles

Barbara Fairchild, Editor-in-Chief of Bon Appetit,
moderates a panel of successful Southern California
women entrepreneurs specializing in the food and wine
industry. Participants include:

" Frieda Caplan, founder of Frieda's, Inc., the first
wholesale produce company in the U.S. to be founded,
owned, and operated by a woman

" Suzanne Goin, award-winning chef and owner of the
restaurants Lucques and A.O.C.

" Barbara Lazaroff, architectural designer and
co-owner of the restaurants Spago, Chinois On Main,
Granita, and Vert

" Ellen Rose, owner of Cook's Library, a culinary
bookstore in Los Angeles

" Janet Trefethen, co-owner of Trefethen Vineyards, a
family-owned estate vineyard and winery in the Napa
Valley

Make your reservation today as space is limited. Call
(213) 228-7025 or visit online at
www.lapl.org/exhibits/ew/events. Parking is available
for $6.60 at the 524 S. Flower St. Garage. A reception
will follow the program.

This public program is presented in conjunction with
"Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business,"
on view at the Central Library in its Getty Gallery
now through September 19, 2004. The exhibition is
organized by the Schlesinger Library of the Radcliffe
Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University and
the National Heritage Museum, Lexington,
Massachusetts. "Enterprising Women: 250 Years of
American Business" is made possible through the
generous support of Ford Motor Company and AT&T. Both
companies have provided additional support for the Los
Angeles presentation. Additional support is provided
by the Cabot Family Charitable Trust, with in-kind
support from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

The local presentation of the exhibition is funded in
part by Mattel, Inc.; Paul, Hastings, Janofsky &
Walker LLP; Wells Fargo; Erteszek Family Foundation;
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP; Sidley Austin Brown &
Wood LLP; Herman Miller, Inc.; and Mary Pickford
Foundation. Special thanks to the Library Foundation
of Los Angeles for raising the necessary funds to
bring this exhibition to Southern California. To
support the Los Angeles Public Library, call (213)
228-7500 or visit www.lfla.org.



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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><HTML><FONT SIZE=2 PTSIZE=10>Please join us for a very special evening &<BR>
<BR>
"Enterprising Women of Fine Dining"<BR>
Monday, June 21, 2004<BR>
7:00 - 8:30 PM<BR>
Mark Taper Auditorium at the Central Library<BR>
Los Angeles Public Library<BR>
Fifth and Flower Streets, Downtown Los Angeles<BR>
<BR>
Barbara Fairchild, Editor-in-Chief of Bon Appetit,<BR>
moderates a panel of successful Southern California<BR>
women entrepreneurs specializing in the food and wine<BR>
industry. Participants include:<BR>
<BR>
" Frieda Caplan, founder of Frieda's, Inc., the first<BR>
wholesale produce company in the U.S. to be founded,<BR>
owned, and operated by a woman<BR>
<BR>
" Suzanne Goin, award-winning chef and owner of the<BR>
restaurants Lucques and A.O.C.<BR>
<BR>
" Barbara Lazaroff, architectural designer and<BR>
co-owner of the restaurants Spago, Chinois On Main,<BR>
Granita, and Vert<BR>
<BR>
" Ellen Rose, owner of Cook's Library, a culinary<BR>
bookstore in Los Angeles<BR>
<BR>
" Janet Trefethen, co-owner of Trefethen Vineyards, a<BR>
family-owned estate vineyard and winery in the Napa<BR>
Valley<BR>
<BR>
Make your reservation today as space is limited. Call<BR>
(213) 228-7025 or visit online at<BR>
www.lapl.org/exhibits/ew/events. Parking is available<BR>
for $6.60 at the 524 S. Flower St. Garage. A reception<BR>
will follow the program.<BR>
<BR>
This public program is presented in conjunction with<BR>
"Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business,"<BR>
on view at the Central Library in its Getty Gallery<BR>
now through September 19, 2004. The exhibition is<BR>
organized by the Schlesinger Library of the Radcliffe<BR>
Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University and<BR>
the National Heritage Museum, Lexington,<BR>
Massachusetts. "Enterprising Women: 250 Years of<BR>
American Business" is made possible through the<BR>
generous support of Ford Motor Company and AT&T. Both<BR>
companies have provided additional support for the Los<BR>
Angeles presentation. Additional support is provided<BR>
by the Cabot Family Charitable Trust, with in-kind<BR>
support from the U.S. Small Business Administration.<BR>
<BR>
The local presentation of the exhibition is funded in<BR>
part by Mattel, Inc.; Paul, Hastings, Janofsky &<BR>
Walker LLP; Wells Fargo; Erteszek Family Foundation;<BR>
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP; Sidley Austin Brown &<BR>
Wood LLP; Herman Miller, Inc.; and Mary Pickford<BR>
Foundation. Special thanks to the Library Foundation<BR>
of Los Angeles for raising the necessary funds to<BR>
bring this exhibition to Southern California. To<BR>
support the Los Angeles Public Library, call (213)<BR>
228-7500 or visit www.lfla.org.<BR>
<BR>
<BR>
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