Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Last Chance to Buy Tickets to Harvest for a Cure, Oct. 19

Last call to buy tickets for the fourth annual Harvest for a Cure, taking place Thursday, Oct. 19 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Mason Fine Art (415 Plasters Avenue). The big night of fun, gourmet food, vintage wines, craft cocktails and a luxury raffle benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, an organization that supports research to help treat and end MS globally. Chef chair Gerry Klaskala of Aria is working with Atlanta’s most talented chefs, sommeliers and mixologists as they pair culinary creations with wines from the personal cellars of top local wine collectors, all for guests to enjoy while viewing stunning contemporary art. Participating chefs include Klaskala and Kathryn King, Aria; Derek Dollar, Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails; Doug Turbush, Seed Kitchen & Bar; Mike Patrick, Storico Fresco Alimentari and a dozen more. Eighteen top sommeliers and mixologists will stir things up, including Stefano Gandossi, Aria and Mercedes O’Brien, Gunshow. Guests can digitally access event details on their smart phones, harvesting information about chefs, wines and raffle item scoop using the MS Wine Event app. All funds raised during Harvest for a Cure help improve the lives of people living with MS by sponsoring local programs and services and accelerating worldwide research projects to help put an end to the debilitating disease. This year’s event aims to raise $500,000. Buy tickets online, $250 per person. Other ticket levels available, $2,500-$15,000. Can’t attend yet want to pitch in? Donations to the Georgia Chapter are gratefully accepted.

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