men who cook
Tickets are $80, with $55 of the price allowable as a tax deduction!
Move over, Bobby Flay and Emeril Lagasse! Some of the areas finest chefs and creative home cooks will prepare a five-course meal you will not soon forget! The Men Who Cook for The Music Center come from all walks of life; they are city servants, college professors and students, househusbands, retail clerks and bartenders. Men Who Cook benefit for the Music Center on Saturday evening, January 26 with cocktails and musical entertainment starting at 6pm.
The social event of the season, the fifth annual Men Who Cook benefit will be held at the beautiful Branson Ballroom at McCamly Plaza Hotel.
Event co-founder Steve Johnkoski noted that the event has grown every year. “It’s an elegant evening and an opportunity to sample cuisine that’s not readily available elsewhere. The chefs take great pride in the quality and authenticity of the food. There is a lot of fun and camaraderie in the kitchen.” Johnkoski continued, “We started this event not only to benefit the Music Center, but also to introduce people to its great programs like the Symphony, Community Music School and Choruses.”
Call 269.963.1911 to reserve your place at the fifth annual Men Who Cook!
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Direction : Corner of Mc Camly St. & W. Van Buren. Auditorium is attached to W.K. Kellogg Jr High School. W.K. Kellogg Auditorium is across from Willard Libary Parking Lot & Clara's Restruant. Take I-94 to business loop M-66 North Bound. Turn west onto W. Van Buren approximately 3 blocks.
Myth #1. Symphony Concerts are not affordable. In fact, you can get tickets for as low as $7 per ticket!
Myth #2. Symphony Concerts are boring. Symphony music is some of the most exciting and dramatic music ever written. That's why so many movie scores are inspired by symphonic classics.
Myth #3. Concerts are stuffy and long. Our typical concerts are less than two hours and have an upbeat, multi-media approach.Myth #4. You have to wear a suit and a tie to go to a concert. Come as you like. Some folks like to dress up, others prefer a more casual look. Myth #5. You can only applaud at certain times. We love your applause!
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