Great food for a great cause at Chef’s Table

Tickets are selling fast for the 2014 Cowichan Chef’s Table for MS. The event will take place on Sunday, March 30 between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. at Providence Farm.

A full line up of talented local chefs has been confirmed and a fantastic menu is being created. A meal of eight sumptuous courses, each paired with a wine or beverage, is great value at $125, with all proceeds going to the MS Society.

Great food for a great cause.

By participating in this dinner you are helping to finance the programs and services in your region. Services include craft group, tai chi, support groups and public speakers.

Long time attendee Louise Neveu says, “Cannot say enough about this fabulous event. We are so fortunate to be hosted by this incredible team of chefs. The food and wine are beyond delicious because of the friendly competition in the kitchen. How much better can it get?” All proceeds from this event will go towards the Scotiabank MS Walk being held Sunday April 13 at the Cowichan Sportsplex.

For tickets to the Chef’s Table for MS, or for information on the MS Walk, contact Vanessa Martin at 250-748-7010 or vanessa.martin@mssociety.ca

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