Great Chefs of Minnesota Dinner and Auction

Date/Time

Apr 28, 2013
05:00 PM until 08:00 PM

Description

 The Great Chefs of Minnesota Dinner and Auction welcomes over 400 patrons from the Twin Cities who are passionate about good food and raising money for a good cause. These people will sample the finest dishes from some of the top restaurants in the Twin Cities. The guests will also take part in exciting live and silent auctions. Last year, over $100,000 was raised for life-saving National Kidney Foundation programs and services.

Cost

$125 per person.

Location

DoubleTree by Hilton Minneapolis South Hotel
Bloomington, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

National Kidney Foundation

Phone

651-636-7300

Contact name

Sarah Barsness

Contact email

sarah.barsness@kidney.org

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