9/12: Dinner Over the Duncan


Chippewa Falls (WQOW)-  The Heyde Center for the Arts invites you to join them for Dinner Over the Duncan on September 27 at 8 p.m. on the historic Marsh Rainbow Arch Bridge.

Dinner Over the Duncan is intended to celebrate the history of the bridge as it has brought together the community arts center with downtown. This will be an opportunity for Heyde Center for the Arts to celebrate the rich history of the bridge and the strong relationships they have built over time with the community. Everyone will enjoy a four- course, gourmet meal prepared by award winning culinary artist and chef, Jason TePaske. This will include a salad, braised pork with a sweet potato puree, pickled fruit compote and a five apple cake.

Tickets are $100 per person or $180 per couple. You can purchase tickets by calling 715-726-9000 or visiting cvca.net.

For more information on this grad evening, watch the video and visit the Hyde Center for the Arts.

 

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