The Junior League of Rhode Island Expands
6th Annual Winter Sparkle Culinary Event
Fundraiser to Feature Signature Seasonal Tastings by Premier Rhode Island Restaurants and Caterers
Break out the winter doldrums and join The Junior League of Rhode Island for its Winter Sparkle culinary event at a NEW and LARGER venue. The league’s signature event will take place on Friday, February 9th at the Roger Williams Park Casino in Providence. Enjoy culinary creations and cocktails from Rhode Island’s premier restaurants, caterers, winemakers, and spirit distributors including Chapel Grille of Cranston, Legal Sea Foods of Warwick, Crepelicious of Barrington, Two Ten Oyster Bar & Grill of South Kingstown, KNEAD Donuts of Providence, IM Sushi of Newport, Bake.Eat.Love of Pawtucket and Becky’s BBQ of Middletown. Joseph Anthony Weddings and Events is the music sponsor. Corporate sponsors include MIKEL, Inc. of Middletown and Nardolillo Funeral Homes of Cranston and Narragansett.
Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.jlri.org. General admission tickets to the main event, which runs from 8-11 p.m., are $75 per person. Premium tickets that include a VIP Champagne reception beginning at 7 p.m. are $96 per person.
Participation is always welcomed in the form of in-kind sponsorships, food and beverage participants, silent auction donations or as an advertiser in the Winter Sparkle program book. For more information or details on how you can become part of our event please contact us at JLRIfundraising@gmail.com.
About the Junior League of Rhode Island, Inc.
The Junior League is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
The Junior League of Rhode Island, Inc. (JLRI) has been a volunteer powerhouse in the State of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts since 1921. The JLRI is a proven training ground for women to become community and civic leaders - learning how to effectively manage a non-profit organization, fundraise and develop meaningful community service programs.
In its 96-year history, more than 250 nonprofit organizations have benefited from collaboration with the JLRI, and JLRI members have contributed more than 1 million hours of volunteer service and over $1.5 million in fundraising dollars. These volunteer hours and dollars have a combined present day value of $25 million in direct services to women and children in difficult circumstances. Currently, the JLRI’s focus is to empower the lives of young adults aging out of the Foster Care System.
For more information about The Junior League of Rhode Island, please go to our website at www.jlri.org.