SUNSET DINING ON THE MOUNTAINTOP for the Free Clinics July 28
Sunday July 28 | 6:00 – 9:00pm
323 Shadow Run Rd. | Hendersonville
View the gourmet, farm-to-fork menu you’ll enjoy from Food Experience alongside expert wine pairings by Crate Wine Market & Project, with a view that can’t be topped! Live music from 3 Cool Cats will have you dancing before we cap off the evening with a champagne toast at sunset at this intimate and unforgettable event.
Tickets $200; limited table sponsorships also available.
Seating is limited and advance registration is required; kindly RSVP by Friday, July 12.
To register, visit thefreeclinics.org/sunset or call 828-697-8422.
For menu selection or other dietary considerations, please call Sarah at 828-697-8422.
Limited shuttle service available, courtesy of Shuler Funeral Home & Carolina Village; please call TFC to schedule at 828-697-8422.
RSVP by July 12 to guarantee your seat!
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