Start making plans to attend the 2022 Wine and Jazz Gala, presented by Harvest Regional Food Bank on Friday, March 4, 7 PM at the historic Silvermoon on Broad.

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Wine and Jazz Gala is back with lots of great-tasting gourmet food prepared by local chefs and paired with expertly selected wines.

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The Chefs

Jennifer Tanner, Julie's Deli and Market; Bri James, Twisted Fork; Hector Jimenez, Verona; Darby Neaves, Naaman’s Championship BBQ and Chef Becky Williams, Benchmark American Brasserie.

Live Entertainment

Live entertainment will be provided by Candace Taylor and Trio and a live painting by Texarkana artist Joseph Raymond that will be auctioned off at the event. In addition, there will a premier silent auction and a Wine Pull where guests have the chance to win a bottle of wine, valued at over $100, with each $20 donation.

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The event is presented by TEXAR FCU and honors the founder of the Wine and Jazz Gala, Norma Durrant. Additional sponsors of Wine and Jazz include Julie’s Deli & Market, Todd Shores’ McLarty Ford, Patterson- Troike Foundation, Phillips and Sons Refrigeration, State Bank, Kelley-Morgan Foundation, & Wholesale Electric Supply.

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Reservations are $75 in advance or $85 at the door. Reservations can be made by visiting our website.  All proceeds benefit the hunger relief programs of Harvest Regional Food Bank.

About Harvest

Harvest Regional Food Bank serves over 60,000 individuals in 10 counties each year through a network of nearly 100 partner agencies, pantries, shelters, and soup kitchens. Arkansas and Texas consistently rank in the top 5 for the highest incidents of hunger. Harvest Regional Food Bank works to eliminate hunger through Food Banking, Food Rescue, the Backpack Program, and Mobile Pantry.

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