Mark your calendars for Sunday, September 15, 2019 and join us at the 22nd annual Taste of Guelph presented by Linamar in support of St. Joseph’s Health Centre.
Taste of Guelph is a delicious and highly anticipated gourmet garden party fundraiser that features over 50 of Guelph’s best local restaurants, caterers, vintners, and brewers. Enjoy great food and great fun under beautiful white tents, featuring live music performed by the Blackwater Trio and the chance to take home exciting prizes from our live auction.
100% of proceeds go towards St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph: the region’s leading, fully-accredited, not-for-profit provider of rehabilitation services, complex continuing care, and long term care. Whether it be a child in need of speech therapy, a mother who is managing complex injuries from an accident, a grandfather who is recovering from a stroke or a grandmother in need of palliative care in her final days, our community relies on St. Joseph’s. By attending Taste of Guelph you will be helping to fund vital equipment and specialized programming helping those in our community facing significant health challenges to recover more quickly, improve their quality of life, and have access to dignified, compassionate care.
This year, RLB Chartered Professional Accountants proudly presents Taste of Guelph’s Prohibition Pantry. Purchasing a numbered wine cork sends you home with the corresponding prize, from limited edition bottles of wine, and certificates to restaurants that have won you over with delicious samples, to winery tours, and tasting experiences! Each cork is a winner- last year all 200 corks sold out, raising $10,000 towards Taste.
Early bird tickets are on sale now until August 27. Buy your tickets today by visiting www.tasteofguelph.com/tickets. Learn about the region’s culinary leaders, eager to show off their craft this September, as well as the amazing sponsors that make this event possible.
Taste of Guelph is a celebration of community and much-deserved indulgence to support excellence in local health care.
Article written by: Karen Semma, Development Officer at St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation Guelph