Join City Fruit for the 6th Annual Cider Taste fundraiser on November 10, 2016 at AXIS Pioneer Square. The event features 10 Washington cideries and five local outstanding chefs preparing sips and bites for the evening!
Tickets are now on sale for City Fruit’s 6th Annual Cider Taste fundraiser on Thursday, November 10th at AXIS Pioneer Square (308 First Avenue South). Tickets are limited and must be purchased online at cityfruit.org/cidertaste. All proceeds benefit City Fruit’s annual harvest that feeds thousands of kids and families each year. With this year’s event, City Fruit hopes to expand the harvest to Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhoods in 2017!
All tickets include the event passport, souvenir glass, tastes from Washington cideries, and specially crafted plates by Seattle’s best chefs. Cider cocktails round out the evening.
Participating cideries include Alpenfire Cider, Tieton Cider Works, Snowdrift Cider Co., Finnriver Cidery, Whitewood Cider Co., Dragon’s Head Cider, Schilling Hard Cider, Seattle Cider Co., Nashi Orchards, and Woodinville Ciderworks. The evening’s award-winning chef lineup features Lisa Dupar (Pomegranate Bistro), Renee Erickson (The Whale Wins), Tamara Murphy (Terra Plata), Holly Smith (Cafe Juanita), and Rachel Yang (Revel). Each chef will create small plate pairings to accompany the ciders. The evening will also feature a live auction, photo booth, and cider store!
During the evening, guests will have the opportunity to help Fill the Pie! and support City Fruit’s expansion into the Queen and Magnolia neighborhoods in 2017. Donors will be rewarded with a sweet, unique treat to take home and enjoy!
All funds raised support City Fruit’s 2017 harvest that provides fresh, local fruit to over 50 food banks and meal programs. This year, City Fruit is celebrating the harvest of more than 46,000 pounds of fruit – another record breaking year for the organization!
City Fruit promotes the cultivation of urban fruit in order to nourish people, build community and protect the climate. We help tree owners grow healthy fruit, provide assistance in harvesting and preserving fruit, promote the sharing of extra fruit, and work to protect urban fruit trees.