Texarkana’s highly anticipated event, Harvest Regional Food Bank’s annual Wine and Jazz Gala, is scheduled for March 8th at the elegant Silvermoon on Broad. This exclusive affair, presented by the Patterson-Troike Foundation and Robbins Toyota, promises to be an extraordinary experience for attendees.
Indulge in a delectable culinary journey as local culinary experts showcase their skills. Jennifer Tanner from Julie’s Deli & Market, Bri Flanagan from Twisted Fork, Darby Neaves from Naaman’s Championship BBQ, Becky Williams from Café Lucille, Bobby Duhon from Lagniappe Specialty Meats, and Emily Graham from Graham Slam Bakery will curate a mouthwatering selection of gourmet dishes. These tantalizing creations will be expertly paired with a carefully curated wine selection, sure to delight even the most discerning palates.
Captivating live music by Candace Taylor & Trio will set the mood for an enchanting evening. As guests revel in the ambiance, they will have the opportunity to participate in a premier silent auction, offering a wide array of unique items to bid on.
Enhancing the excitement further is the Wine Pull, a thrilling opportunity for guests to win a bottle of wine worth over $100 with a $20 donation. This engaging activity adds an element of surprise and anticipation to the event.
The Wine & Jazz Gala would not be possible without the generous support of sponsors such as Bank OZK, Wholesale Electric, TEXAR FCU, Graphic Packaging, State Bank, and Ritter Communications. Their commitment to the community and dedication to alleviating hunger is commendable.
Tickets are available for $75 and reservations are encouraged to secure your spot at this extraordinary event. Purchase your tickets in advance by visiting the official website or contacting Harvest Regional Food Bank directly.
Remember, all proceeds from the Wine and Jazz Gala will directly benefit Harvest Regional Food Bank’s hunger relief programs. The organization tirelessly serves over 60,000 individuals across 10 counties annually through their network of partner agencies, pantries, shelters, and soup kitchens. With Arkansas and Texas consistently ranking in the top 5 for hunger incidents, the work of Harvest Regional Food Bank is invaluable.
Join us for an evening of exquisite cuisine, sensational music, and philanthropy. Your presence at the Wine and Jazz Gala will help make a meaningful difference in the lives of those facing food insecurity in our community. Let’s come together to combat hunger and create a better future for all.
An FAQ Section for the Wine and Jazz Gala:
Q: When and where is the Wine and Jazz Gala taking place?
A: The Wine and Jazz Gala is scheduled for March 8th at Silvermoon on Broad in Texarkana.
Q: Who are the sponsors of the event?
A: The sponsors include Bank OZK, Wholesale Electric, TEXAR FCU, Graphic Packaging, State Bank, and Ritter Communications.
Q: Who are the culinary experts participating in the Gala?
A: The culinary experts include Jennifer Tanner from Julie’s Deli & Market, Bri Flanagan from Twisted Fork, Darby Neaves from Naaman’s Championship BBQ, Becky Williams from Café Lucille, Bobby Duhon from Lagniappe Specialty Meats, and Emily Graham from Graham Slam Bakery.
Q: What can attendees expect at the Gala?
A: Attendees can indulge in a delectable culinary experience, enjoy live music by Candace Taylor & Trio, participate in a premier silent auction, and have a chance to win a bottle of wine worth over $100 through the Wine Pull activity.
Q: How can I purchase tickets for the Gala?
A: Tickets can be purchased for $75 in advance by visiting the official website or contacting Harvest Regional Food Bank directly.
– Wine Pull: An activity at the Gala where guests have the opportunity to win a bottle of wine worth over $100 with a $20 donation.
– Silent Auction: An event where items are displayed for bidding in a non-verbal manner, typically through written bids.
– Food insecurity: The state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.