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River City Youth Ops Harvest Dinner Fundraiser

Saturday, September 23, @ 5:30 pm 9:00 pm

River City Youth Ops Harvest Dinner

At River City Youth Ops, we’re celebrating our 15th anniversary. In those 15 years, we have had different names, locations, and visions but one thing has been consistent: cultivating opportunities for youth leadership development in West Central Spokane through food and education. Join us for our annual farm-to-community Harvest Dinner, where we will recognize what we have learned, how we have grown, and where we’re going. 

Entertainment & Engagement

Our evening will begin at 5:30 pm with an appetizer and beverage hour, where you will be able to learn what our youth team has been working on, what their goals are, and how you can support their continued growth.  

Enjoy live music from Hannah Siglin while you connect with other community members & farmers sustaining our local food system. Throughout the evening, you’ll hear from a number of speakers who support our work and vision.

The Menu

Guests will enjoy a three-course meal prepared by Chef Noreen Hiskey of Inland Curry, celebrating seasonal produce from our local network of small farms. Chef Hiskey is crafting a menu inspired by the flavors of Indian and Mexican culinary traditions. 

Dinner will begin at 6:30 pm and will be followed by a dessert dash.

$80 $100 includes alcohol privileges
1832 W. Dean Ave.
Spokane, 99212
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