Hapi Hapi Hour at the Textile Museum in Washington draws big crowd

Heiko Hesse, Philippa Hughes and Robertas Kupstas

Heiko Hesse, president of Washington European Society (www.eu-society.org), Philippa Hughes of the Pink Line Project (www.pinklineproject.com), and Robertas Kupstas, who was a contestant in the Lithuanian competitions in 2005 and 2006 for the Eurovision Song Contest. His song in 2005 was written by Swede Micke Wennborn.

A LOT OF PEOPLE came to the “Hapi Hapi” Hour event at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.C. on Friday evening, April 9. Guests could enjoy music in the beautiful garden by The Four Horsemen and in the galleries by DJ Robin Bell. And there was also a Sushi Sake Bar by Food Arts. The event was presented by Philippa Hughes and the Pink Line Project.

Linda Tocchini-Valentini of the Embassy of Sweden and her mother Elisabet Engstr?m J?nsson

Linda Tocchini-Valentini of the Embassy of Sweden and her mother Elisabet Engstr?m J?nsson

Steve Rochlin, Lauren Vicary, Kyle Poole and Christina Sevilla

Steve Rochlin, Lauren Vicary, Kyle Poole and Christina Sevilla

Ayodamola Okunseinde and Holly Bass

Ayodamola Okunseinde and Holly Bass

Hannah Sears, Bipin Badhe, Pierre Cartier and Fernando Batista

Hannah Sears, Bipin Badhe, Pierre Cartier and Fernando Batista

Alyssa Gsell and Elizabeth Ward

Alyssa Gsell and Elizabeth Ward

Kristin Guiter, Betsy Lowther and Holly Thomas at the Hapi Hapi Hour at the Textile Museum.

Kristin Guiter, Betsy Lowther and Holly Thomas at the Hapi Hapi Hour at the Textile Museum.

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