Desserts are front and center this week with a couple of announcements:
Evolution through Chocolate’s Chocolate of the Month Club is back!
Take advantage of the special introductory offer of $25 per month through June 30 (some restrictions apply). Contact
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to place orders.
Creek to Table Dinner at City Roots
to benefit the Coastal Conservation Association, 6:30-9 p.m. Wednesday, June 10, at City Roots. Enjoy local fresh and saltwater fish from South Carolina, wine and cocktail reception, $100 per person. A presentation of Farm to Table Events; tickets and information ateventbrite.com
Have a sweet evening
at the Dining with Friends Dessert Finale, 7 p.m.-midnight Saturday, June 13 at Koger Center. Come and sample a wide array of desserts and bid during the silent auction with proceeds going to the AIDS Benefit Foundation of South Carolina. Tickets available at the door for a $25 minimum donation.
, 6-9 p.m. June 18 at Riverbanks Botanical Garden. Enjoy an evening of great food, beer and wine, live music by Ross Holmes and a silent auction, all to benefit The Therapy Place. Tickets $50 per person, call Bill Coggins at (803) 413-0446, see theFacebook
Raise a toast to history
at 5:30 p.m. June 19 at the Robert Mills House. Spend the evening exploring the house and gardens, and enjoy music by the USC Guitar Quartet with drinks and light hors d’oeuvres. Sponsored by Historic Columbia, admission is $15 for Historic Columbia members, $20 for nonmembers.historiccolumbia.org
, ext. 23, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Gals and a Fork Food Tours,
led by Gloria Freeman and Janet Jordan, takes you on a 21/2-hour walking tour of the Vista, visiting five of the area’s top restaurants. Upcoming tours include: Historic Columbia collaboration on June 20 and July 18. Choose either 11 a.m. Brunch and Munch tour or 4 p.m. Sites and Bites tour, focusing on the history of Columbia and the Vista. Tickets range from $30-$38. Information,www.twogalsfoodtours.com
. Ask about customized tours or Vista Crawls for you and your friends.
Calling all chefs – current, retired and experienced.
Cooking Matters, a new cooking and nutrition education curriculum, will be hosting cooking and nutrition classes for adults in various locations in Columbia and is looking for volunteers to share their skills. If you are interested, email@example.com