WaterStep, a Louisville-based organization that works to save lives around the world with safe water, will host a “Farm to Table” dinner at Harvest Restaurant, 624 East Market Street, on Thursday, May 22. The cocktail reception will begin at 5:30pm and the dinner will begin at 6:45pm. The evening will feature a 3-course dinner, remarks from Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, appetizers and an open bar during the cocktail reception, and a live auction that features a Kentucky Proud Louisville Stoneware platter, an Old 502 Winery gift basket, and a Four Roses Gift Basket with bottles signed by the master distiller. Tickets for the event are $100 each, with the proceeds benefitting WaterStep.
“There is no greater way to thank a Kentucky farmer than to serve up Kentucky Proud food,” Commissioner Comer said. “I am so grateful to WaterStep, Four Roses, and Harvest Restaurant for supporting our farm families and serving up a delicious, locally-grown meal for such a worthy cause.”
“This event is an excellent way to enjoy Kentucky foods and bourbon while helping one of our city’s most unique charities that helps bring clean, safe drinking water to people worldwide,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.
The event is sponsored by Four Roses Bourbon and Old 502 Winery. For more information about the limited-seating event and to make reservations, please call (502) 568-6342 or email Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about WaterStep, visit www.waterstep.org.
WaterStep is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) international organization that works to create solutions to the global water crisis and save lives with safe water. By combining training and simple equipment, WaterStep empowers people to provide safe and sustainable water, health and hygiene solutions to their own communities. Since 2001, WaterStep has improved the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in almost two dozen countries including Haiti, Kenya, India, the Dominican Republic, Pakistan, and Costa Rica. To learn more, call (502) 568-6342 or visit www.waterstep.org.