Neigbor Rebecca is spreading the word about a benefit dinner she’s co-organizing on Saturday night to benefit international refugees:
My family is running a one-night pop-up restaurant in Bernal on Saturday, October 24 to support refugees with all proceeds going to the International Rescue Committee. We’re calling the restaurant “Squash,” and we’ll be at 903 Cortland with a five course menu of seasonal fare, from butternut squash jalapeño cream soup to chocolate cake with pumpkin spice ice cream.
Everything will be deliciously homemade and supporting a good cause: the International Rescue Committee’s support for refugees. All proceeds from the event will go to the IRC to benefit people escaping conflict and disaster. You can buy tickets for either the 5:30pm or 8pm seatings.
Our family loves to cook and Squash’s Executive Chef Bill Kee is excited to bring his fantastic home cooking skills to a restaurant setting, assisted by friends and family serving as sous chefs and staff. Come join us for good food for a good cause!
One thought on “Saturday: Benefit Dinner at 903 Cortland to Support Refugee Assistance”
Sounds like a great event. We bought tickets for the 8pm seating. My sister worked for the IRC for many years, managing refugee operations in Central America and elsewhere. They do vital work. So happy that we have such a delicious way to contribute!
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