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  • Organizer: Island Women Against Violence
  • Date: September 11, 2018
  • Start Time: 5:30 pm
  • Event Length: 3 hours
  • Location: Stowel Lake Farm, Salt Spring Island
  • Expires: 18 days, 18 hours

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    2nd Annual IWAV Fundraising Dinner: $10,000 for Change
    With Julie MacKinnon – MC
    And even MORE sponsors joining us to make for an incredible evening; Salt Spring Interiors, Stowel Lake Farm, and Karl and Celia Meade.

    Announcing IWAV’s 2nd Annual $10,000 for Change “An Elegant Farm to Table Supper” at Stowel Lake Farm on Tuesday, September 11th, 5:30pm – 9:00pm.
    This is a fundraiser supporting Island Women Against Violence whose priorities include:
    • Access to safe and affordable housing to improve the health and safety of those who have been impacted by poverty, violence or abuse.
    • Preventing violence against women and children, a serious local issue often created by poverty, addiction and mental health problems.
    Last year’s event was extremely successful due to your sponsorship and attendance. We hope you will join us again for a fun, wonderful evening with delicious food by Chef Haidee Hart, at their beautiful farm at 190 Reynolds Road.
    Starter: Golden Pear and Squash Soup with crème fraiche & crispy sage leaves with woodfired oven breads & rose petal butter with fresh herb butter.
    Main: Herb encrusted SSI Lamb with roasted new potatoes, fennel & celeriac root puree with rosemary cream.
    Vegetarian Main: Wild Mushroom, cherry tomato and fresh ricotta galette
    Dessert: Tart Tatin (French Apple Tart with Caramelized local apples) with Crème Fraiche.
    All the main menu items (with exception of the woodfired bread) will be Gluten Free.
    Includes Mount Maxwell coffee, black and herbal teas, and a fresh mint tisane.

    Individual tickets are $100 = 1 dinner, 1 drink, and 1 raffle ticket.

    Thank you so much for your continued support of IWAV, and a special thanks to sponsors: Wilco Construction, Slegg Lumber, Windsor Plywood, Charlie’s Excavating, Salt Spring Coffee Co, Mike The Insulator, Country Grocer, Sotheby’s Realty, Pitchfork Social, and Anonymous Donors.

    Island Women Against Violence (IWAV)
    343 Lower Ganges Rd
    Phone: (250) 537-1867


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