Caterers create their own attractions at Chair-ries

By COLBY DENTON
Posted 4/11/18

Caterers create their own attractions at Chair-riesThe 20th annual Chair-ries Jubilee will not only provide shopping for one-of-a-kind art and furniture pieces on Friday, but attendees will have …

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Caterers create their own attractions at Chair-ries

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Caterers create their own attractions at Chair-ries

The 20th annual Chair-ries Jubilee will not only provide shopping for one-of-a-kind art and furniture pieces on Friday, but attendees will have opportunity to tantalize their taste buds with samples from seven local chefs and restaurateurs. Presented by the Chair-ries Jubilee Committee of the Allied Arts Council of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, the arts-in-education fundraiser is a premier spring event in the Cleveland/Bradley County community. This year’s theme is “Designs thru the Decades.”
“Our caterers are one of the highlights of the evening,” said Kathy Thaggard with the catering committee.
Seven local chefs and restaurateurs will offer delectable samples from their respective kitchens for food connoisseurs who attend the Chair-ries Jubilee arts auction.
“Some of the best chefs and caterers in the region are returning to Chair-ries Jubilee,” Thaggard said. “Guests will have an opportunity to taste a variety of delicious foods as they walk among the auction items and bid on their favorite pieces.”
Preparing for their culinary display are regional chefs and restaurateurs Café Roma, Cleveland Country Club, Deli Boys, Fullin’s Asian Cuisine, Gardner’s Market, Stadium BBQ and Tasteful Gatherings. This year’s committee comprised of local, passionate, arts advocates, assisted in inviting caterers to participate in the annual fundraiser that has raised more than $450,000 for arts-in-education programs in area schools.
Tickets, available at the Chamber of Commerce or The Red Ribbon, are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.

The social hour and silent auction begin at 6 p.m. on April 13 at the Museum Center at Five Points.  

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