Appetizers for the Arts – Cabernet & Cowboy Boots fundraiser for InnerRhythms
TRUCKEE – InnerRhythms signature fundraising event “Appetizers for the Arts – Cabernet & Cowboy Boots” showcases the culinary arts and talents of your favorite local restaurateurs: Moody’s, Dragonfly, Sunnyside, Best Pie, Cottonwood, Smokey’s, Big Water Grille, Twin Peaks Catering, Elijah Blue, Kiski Kandy, professional caterers Whip It Up with Carey Krasensky and Fine Catering with Gary Bulmer plus more. Sumptuous regional wineries Amador Cellars, Tahoe Ridge and Truckee River Winery, beer-guzzling breweries FiftyFifty and DBI, line dancing lessons, plus performances by InnerRhythms Dance Theatre and RhythMatriX will be featured. Come on down to the Truckee-Tahoe Airport Event Center in your best western-wear Thursday March 24, 6-9 p.m.
Get yer tickets at $55 per person or Stake yer Claim for $400 per table of 10. New-fangled online at http://www.cabernetandcowboyboots.eventbrite.com. Hog tie an InnerRhythms cowpoke: Students, parents and board members are tickled to take ‘yer orders. Ma Bell: Give us a call at 530-550-8464 and have your credit card handy. Pony Express: Mail in an order with payment info to InnerRhythms, 12047 Donner Pass Road, Suite B7, Truckee, CA 96161Sponsored by the Truckee-Tahoe Airport and EventMasters, this event is historically the talk of the town. Rope yerself a gift basket with items from White Buffalo, Marilyn’s Catwalk, Jake’s on the Lake, Garwood’s and more. Visit innerrhythms.org or call 530-550-8464 for more info.
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