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February 26, 2018, Monday - Chefs for Change at People Serving People

Time: 7:00—9:00pm (tours begin at 6:30pm)

Location: People Serving People, 614 South 3rd Street

Chefs for Change: A Chef's Table Culinary Experience

Chefs for Change is a cooking demonstration and elegant dinner party with a purpose-helping families find their way home. It is hosted by a top executive chef from the Twin Cities.

Join this "chef's table "experience for 40-50 guests that includes a four or five course meal with wine pairing.
Local chefs donate the food and wine pairings for the meals. 100% of Chefs for Change dinner proceeds benefit programs that provide homeless children and their families with new opportunities for a healthy, stable family life.

February 26th:
Join us for a dinner hosted by Executive Chef Chris Hammer of The Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot, who brings his amazing culinary talent to a chef's table experience of a 4-5 course meal inspired by local farmers, complete with wine pairings, a chef's interactive presentation, shelter tours, and a short program about People Serving People. Wine for each course will be donated and presented by Johnson Brothers.

RSVP: Contact Mallory Haugen at 612.277.0256 or, or online.