Cobblestones of Lowell to Host Multi-Course Tasting Event to Support No Kid Hungry
LOWELL – The Massachusetts Restaurant Association has announced a partnership with Share Our Strength to support their No Kid Hungry Campaign to provide all Massachusetts children with access to nutritious food options. Cobblestones of Lowell will join four other restaurants on April 11, 2016 for Massachusetts Restaurant Day for No Kid Hungry.
The event will consist of a multi-course meal with all ticket proceeds benefitting No Kid Hungry’s Nutrition Education program. The other participating restaurants include Tremont 647 in Boston, One Eleven Chop House in Worcester, Quarterdeck in Falmouth, and East Bay Grille in Plymouth.
The event was expanded by the MRA after watching Chef Andy Husbands of Tremont 647 graciously host a dinner for this cause over the last 19 years. Don’t miss this opportunity to donate to an important cause and help Massachusetts stamp out childhood hunger. One in five children in the United States does not get the food they need leaving 16 million kids in the United States struggle with hunger every day.
Where? Cobblestones of Lowell, 91 Dutton St, Lowell, MA 01852
When? Monday, April 11th, 2016 at 6PM
Cost? $125; Tickets are required and can be purchased here.
For more information on the No Kid Hungry Campaign, visit www.nokidhungry.org.
For more information on the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, visit www.themassrest.org.
For more information on Cobblestones of Lowell, visit www.cobblestonesoflowell.com.
About Massachusetts Restaurant Association
Founded in 1934, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association (MRA) is a trusted not-for-profit association committed to the advancement of the foodservice industry in the state of Massachusetts. The MRA exists to help food and beverage providers succeed through education, cost-savings programs, networking, and government advocacy. Together with the Massachusetts Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, the MRA works to promote current and future industry leaders.
For more information, visit www.themassrest.org.