Tarbell’s Hosts 7th Harvest Moon Feast to Benefit Careers Through Culinary Arts Program

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Tarbell’s Hospitality, a brand run by award-winning Chef Mark Tarbell, will host a fundraiser in the parking lot of Camelback East Village – with proceeds benefiting the Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP).

Join top chefs under the October Harvest Moon at the 7th Harvest Moon Feast to benefit C-CAP and the 9,000 students in Arizona who receive the culinary, job  and life skills training the 31-year-old nonprofit provides. With 25 food tables, high school students will be catering the event with culinary creations made with their chef mentors.

This fundraiser will not only allow aspiring culinary students to branch into the community and gain real-world cooking experience with expert chefs, but it will also help raise funds to provide career pathways, scholarships, and employment success for these high school students. 

In addition to these culinary food creations, guests will enjoy premium cocktails, wine and experience live musical entertainment by Nate Nathan and the MacDaddy-O’s, a band featuring Chef Mark Tarbell himself.

Guests can mix and mingle with top chefs in the culinary community such as celebrity chef mentor Beau MacMillan and James Beard Award-winning chef Scott Conant, who will be at the event to sign his new book, Peace, Love and Pasta, a complimentary gift for those with a VIP ticket. 

General admission tickets are $95 and include event entry at 6:30 p.m., food and craft cocktails/wine. The ticket price for general admission will go up to $125 on August 1. 

VIP tickets are $175 and includes one-hour early entry into the event (5:30 – 6:30 p.m.), food, craft cocktails/wine, a VIP gift bag and a signed copy of Scott Conant’s Peace, Love and Pasta.

If you would like to donate to this event or purchase a ticket, please see the link provided here.

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