Connect Socially, Eat Locally

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Name: Connect Socially, Eat Locally
Date: April 28, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
CONNECT Madison invites you to the third annual Connect Socially, Eat Locally, at the Wisconsin Historical Society. This evening brings together Madison's delicious local food and drink with its driven young professionals. Purchase tickets HERE: Your $25 ticket includes six small plates and two craft beers (or root beers), after hours access to the Wisconsin Historical Society, music, koozie crafts, and more! At Connect Socially, Eat Locally, we are bringing together 250 young professionals, 5 mouth watering local food restaurants, 3 thirst quenching craft breweries, and the best alpine-style cheese made in the US together for a flavorful night of entertainment and fun! Guests will enjoy food and drink from: Dlux, Dough Baby Bakery, Churchill at The Madison Club, RED Madison, Roth Cheese, Salvatore's Tomato Pies, Karben4 Brewing, Next Door Brewing, Point Brewery. Connect Socially, Eat Locally is proud to be the culminating event of Madison's Young Professional Week(YPWeek)! YPWeek is a week long, statewide platform for discovery and meaningful conversations about the issues that matter to young professionals in Wisconsin. This year, there are 14 local organizations working together to create YPWeek Madison. We are excited to bring YP voices to the forefront on city development, community issues, sustainable practices, and innovation. We're planning to THINK differently about our city and MAKE our Madison HAPPEN. This is not an event you'll want to miss. Bring your friends and join us on April 28th at the Wisconsin Historical society. This event is open to ages 21+. Sign up to volunteer and get all your food and drink free! Here is the link: Menu items to be announced soon on our event page on Facebook! Thank you to our sponsors Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Roth Cheese Wisconsin Historical Society Just Love Photography of Madison
Wisconsin Historical Society 816 State St, Madison, WI Across the street from the Memorial Union
Date/Time Information:
Friday April 28th, 6-9PM
Contact Information:
Erin Ladwig
$25 - open to ages 21+
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