Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Things to do: ¡Buen Provecho! A Taste of Columbia Heights October 17th

CentroNía is hosting their second annual celebration of the amazing food and culture of Columbia Heights with a restaurant crawl. ¡Buen Provecho! will take place on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 6:00-9:00pm at participating restaurants along 14th Street, Irving Street, Park Road, and the 11th Street corridor in Columbia Heights.

Last year, through sponsorships and ticket sales, ¡Buen Provecho! raised nearly $20,000 in support of CentroNía’s high-quality, accessible, bilingual early childhood education and wrap-around supportive services for the more than 2,400 children and families it serves each year. Access to quality education continues to be the single most important challenge facing the DC metropolitan area today. Who wouldn’t want to join in raising money for accessible childhood education while indulging in unique neighborhood favorites?

Tickets to the event include two tastings at each participating restaurant in Columbia Heights.

After you purchase your all-inclusive ticket, you can start your day by checking in and grabbing a ¡Buen Provecho! Map & Tasting Guide which will be located at Tynan Coffee & Tea. General admission tickets are $35-$40 and can be purchased here. Want something extra special? Purchase a $50-55 VIP ticket, which grants you access to tastes at exclusive VIP only restaurants and bonus swag bag goodies.

Check-in Location:
Tynan Coffee & Tea
1400 Irving Street, NW #107
Washington, DC 20010

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Check-in starts at 5:00 PM
(live music, photo booth, networking)
Restaurant Tasting @ 6-9:00 PM

We can’t wait to explore Columbia Heights on Wednesday night! Will we see you there? For more information, go to: Buen Provecho! A Taste of Columbia Heights

About CentroNía:
CentroNía, a nationally recognized, award-winning educational organization, provides affordable, quality early childhood education; professional development to educators; and family support services in a bilingual and multicultural environment to more than 2,400 low-income children and families. Their holistic approach ensures that the children and families they serve receive the support and encouragement they need to succeed academically, develop a strong sense of community, and live healthy and active lives.

No comments: