Taste of Wellesley

Contact: Paul Simard
Fee:
$50.00
Online Registration
 
04
May
2017
Wellesley
ELM Bank
900 Washington Street
Wellesley, MA  02481
United States

Savor the delicacies of Wellesley


Hosted by Rotary Club of Wellesley


Thursday May 4th, 2017
6:30pm-9pm


The Gardens at Elm Bank
900 Washington Street, Wellesley


Taste, Sip and Bid at this unique culinary fundraiser
Featuring wine, craft beer and spirits tasting.
Various cuisines of Wellesley’s top restaurants.


Live and Silent Auction Themed Items.


Proceeds benefit the programs and services of the Rotary Club of Wellesley, Inc.


Honorary Chairperson Dr. Kerry Healey, President, Babson College, Rotary Scholar


Emcee Ted Wayman


Business Attire recommended.
Tickets $50 per person

For additional Information click here

 
Participating Restaurants:
 
Alta Strada
Bertucci's
Bocado Tapas Wine Bar
Cafe Mangal
J.P. Licks
Juniper
La Voile
Peet's Coffee & Tea
Roche Bros. Supermarkets
Takara Japanese Restaurant & Bar
Susu Bakery
Tutto Italiano
Wasik’s Cheese Shop
 
Exhibit ‘A' Brewery
Jack’s Abby Brewing
Astraluna Brands, LLC
 
 
 
Proceeds will benefit the Rotary Club of Wellesley programs and services:
  • Preventing youth depression and suicide by teaching healthy coping skills through the Interact peer leadership program that directly connects with hundreds of Wellesley youth
  • Buying books and tutoring for elementary grades
  • Buying 500 trees for 4th graders each Arbor Day
The Peer Leadership and Depression Prevention Project acts to reduce the current 10% of Wellesley middle school students who report they experience suicidal ideation. Rotary trains Interact peer leaders to co-facilitate activities improving coping and problem-solving skills for all ages.
Interact peer leader Alex Kung teaching heathy coping skills to ages 9-12 at the Wellesley Free Library
 
The Tutoring Project provides weekly after-school academic help to improve study skills along with books to improve reading for Wellesley elementary grade students.
 
The Arbor Day project keeps Wellesley green and fosters youth interest by delivering a sapling to 500 wellesley fourth graders to plant at home.