Dinner on the Bridge – Sunday, October 15

Artwork by Ryan Blair


The Arts & Culture Alliance invites you to our Dinner on the Bridge

Sunday, October 15, 2017

The highly successful Dinner on the Bridge returns for an encore in beautiful downtown Knoxville on the Gay Street Bridge. Spend an evening over the river and under the stars! 100% of the net proceeds will go into the Arts & Heritage Fund, which supports local arts and heritage organizations that preserve, promote, and present Greater Knoxville’s own unique joie de vivre (joy of life).

5:30 PM Cocktails, specialty appetizers, silent auction & entertainment (musicians provided by the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra)
Beef Wellington
Grilled Pear and Honey 
Citrus Shrimp One Bite

6:45 PM Seated Dinner by All Occasion Catering
Caesar Salad with Shaved Parmesan
8 oz USDA Black Angus Choice Filet Mignon
Shrimp Skewers
Red Velvet & Italian Cream Cakes

Seating is extremely limited. Please visit https://www.knoxalliance.store/product-category/dinner/ to purchase single tickets ($225) or a table of 10 ($2,500).

If you prefer to pay by check, please mail payment to: Arts & Culture Alliance, PO Box 2506, Knoxville, TN 37901.

 

2016 Dinner on the Bridge Proceeds Grant Recipients
Bijou Theatre, Blount Mansion, Clarence Brown Theatre, Community School of the Arts, Dogwood Arts, East Tennessee Historical Society, James White’s Fort, Jubilee Community Arts, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville Opera, Mabry Hazen House, Marble Springs State Historic Site, McClung Museum, Ramsey House, Tennessee Valley Fair, and WDVX

Arts & Culture Alliance Board of Directors
Steve Bailey, President
Caesar Stair, III, Immediate Past President
Allison Easterday, Vice President
Jimmy Jones, Treasurer
Bob Thomas, Secretary
Rachel Ford
Duane Grieve
Jon Gustin
Dorothy Habel
Cherel Henderson
Alan Jones
Kimbro Maguire
Angela Pugh
Cat Shteynberg
Coral Turner

Many thanks to our current sponsors: All Occasion Catering, All Occasions Party Rentals, Cherokee Distributing, City of Knoxville – Madeline Rogero Mayor, Cornerstone Foundation, East Tennessee PBS, First Tennessee Bank, Noble Vines, Visit Knoxville, Ann and Steve Bailey, Dr. & Mrs. Mark and Sandra Cramolini, Dr. Dorothy Habel

Special thanks to Ryan Blair (creator of signature artwork), Art Market Gallery (providing centerpiece artwork), and the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra

We have estimated that the fair market value of food and drink  provided to each person attending the Dinner on the Bridge is $75. For income tax purposes, the donor may deduct only the amount by which the contribution exceeds the fair market value of such goods and services. Therefore, $75 of each ticket that you purchase is not a tax deductible contribution.

For more information, please contact Liza Zenni at (865) 523-7543 or LZ@knoxalliance.com.

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