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BEAUFORT WOMAN’S CLUB TO HOLD SECOND ANNUAL ‘TASTE THE WORLD’ FUNDRAISER FRIDAY, MARCH 1

 

BEAUFORT, N.C. (Feb. 11, 2019) – Are you tired of the same old Friday night fare? Take your taste buds on an international journey on Friday, March 1, as you savor internationally inspired food bites and beverages from area restaurants, along with acoustic guitar music by Barry Charlton.

 

The Beaufort Woman’s Club will spice up Beaufort’s events schedule this winter with the club’s second annual ‘Taste the World,’ an exciting culinary event at the N.C. Maritime Museum, 315 Front Street, from 6-8 p.m. Tickets are $35.

 

The gastronomic event will feature food bites from these area restaurants:

 

  • Beaufort Grocery

  • Beaufort Olive Oil Company

  • Caribsea

  • Carteret Community College Culinary School

  • Carteret Community College Pastry School

  • Chick-fil-A

  • City Kitchen

  • Dank Burrito

  • Front Street Grill at Stillwater

  • The Island Grille

  • LaPerla Restaurant

  • Moonrakers

  • No Name Pizza and Subs

  • Pita Plate

  • Promise Land Market & Pub

  • Riverside Grill & Subs

  • The Spouter Inn Bakery

  • Taste of Napoli

 

Proceeds from ‘Taste the World’ will benefit the Escoffier Program of the Carteret Community College School of Culinary Arts, as well as the Broad Street Clinic and East Carteret High School Band.

 

Thank you to Carolina Brewing Company, Cru Bar and SweetWater Brewing Company for providing wine and beer at the event, and to Sunshine Garden Market for providing decorations. Top-level sponsors include Atlantic Wealth Management, Beaufort Dental and Moonrakers.

 

Tickets may be purchased in advance for $35 at www.BeaufortWomansClub.com, or at Beaufort Home Store, 113 Turner Street, and Fabricate, 413 Front Street, in Beaufort. If the event does not sell out in advance, tickets will also be $35 at the door. But don’t wait – get your ticket now.

 

About the Beaufort Woman’s Club

 

Founded in 1921, the mission of the Beaufort Woman’s Club is to make a positive difference in the community by supporting preservation, revitalization, education and the economically depressed. The club has more than 115 active members and is open to all without discrimination, encouraging relationships, fellowship, growth, leadership and a commitment to community. Last year, through directory ad sales, membership dues, calendar sales, flag sales, special events and donations, the club contributed nearly $20,000 to community causes.

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