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Celebrating 25 years! Nothing is sweeter than giving! Hold on tight for a night of philanthropy and fun with great food for a great cause! Celebrating its 25th year, the Dare to Care Food Bank "Taste of Derby Festival" will be held Wednesday, April 25th, 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. in the Hall of Fame Pavilion at Louisville Slugger Field.
Sponsored by Brown-Forman Corporation, the "Taste of Derby Festival" is one of the most popular events of the Kentucky Derby Festival and the largest fundraising event for Dare to Care Food Bank.
Sample extraordinary fare from over 50 of the Louisville's finest restaurants and beverage companies! Guests will experience good food, bourbon tasting, and wine tasting. The "Best Bloody Mary Contest", won by Eddie Merlot's in 2011 is sponsored by Finlandia Vodka. Last year, the "People's Choice Award" was won by Proof on Main with their famous Bacon Sandwich. Join us and vote for your favorite restaurant in 2012!
Attendees will be eligible to participate in a silent auction with items donated from all over Kentuckiana. Come and enjoy the Kentucky Derby Festival's exquisite "Taste of Derby Festival" event.
Tickets are $80 each ($50 of which may be tax deductible) and may be purchased online at www.tasteofderbyfestival.orgor by calling Dare to Care Food Bank at 966-3821. All proceeds stay local to help struggling Kentuckiana families.
NO TICKETS will be sold at the door and admission is restricted to 21 years of age and over. Buy your tickets now – The "Taste of Derby Festival" is always a sell-out event.
In 2012, Dare to Care Food Bank helped more than 192,000 people in Kentuckiana. Dare to Care partners with more than 300 food pantries, emergency kitchens and shelters in eight Kentucky and five Indiana counties. To learn more about our programs, visit the web site at www.daretocare.org.