Campbell residents can eat, drink and have a good time--and all for a good cause.
The Campbell Rotary is holding its second Valley Flavors event this Sunday, April 28 from 5 to 7:00 p.m. at the Orchard City Banquet Hall.
"It's a chance to have small bites from restaurants throughout the area and sample wine," says Event Chair and Campbell City Councilman Jason Baker.
All food and wine has been donated and proceeds benefit local youth.
"The focus this year is local youth-related programs," Baker says. "Our rotary club has a history of supporting local youth. We helped fund the computer lab at Rosemary School and every week, we donate books to their library."
Along with Rosemary, Enterprise Leadership Camp, EMQ FamiliesFirst and Campbell Middle School are all organizations supported by the rotary club, he says.
Participating restaurants include:
- Blue Line Pizza
- Sushi Confidential
- A Bellagio
- Chef Chu’s
- Mint Leaf
- Layla’s Bistro
Participating wineries include:
- Stefania Wine
- Joseph George Fine Wines
- Thomas Kruse Winery
- Montoya Vineyards
Along with the food and wine tastings, guests will also have a chance to win a "mystery box," raffle and silent auction items, including wine and spa certificates.
Guests will also have an opportunity to see the historic plaques that will go up in front of five downtown Campbell buildings, thanks to efforts lead by Susan Blake.
The plaques, funded entirely by the Campbell Rotary club, are similar in style to the ones found in downtown Willow Glen, but will be specific to Campbell, Baker says.
"This will be a chance to take a look at them before they are installed," he says.
Valley Flavors takes place Sunday, April 28 at the Orchard City Banquet Hall, 1 W. Campbell Ave. from 5-7:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door on the day of the event for $45 each.