Something’s Cooking is less than a month away. From a different venue to more featured restaurants, we can’t wait to show off all that’s new for November 12, the fourteenth annual edition of this fall favorite.
Four Updates to Something’s Cooking in 2017
- New venue: join us to explore the beautiful and historic Woman’s Club of Evanston. This fully accessible, two-story building offers room for enjoying food from fifteen restaurants alongside bars featuring local breweries and distilleries. And, in the stunning ballroom…
- Live music! Arts of Life’s Van Go Go, a collaborative of musicians with and without developmental disabilities, will be playing their signature blend of reggae, roots rock, and funk. We’ll make room for dancing!
- Exciting raffle prizes: Buy at least one ticket for this year’s raffle for your chance to win one of two packages. First, you could enjoy “A Night Out on the North Shore,” including dinner at Boltwood, tickets to Music Theater Works, and a stay at the luxurious Stone Terrace Bed & Breakfast ($650 total value). The second raffle prize lets you enjoy your favorite tastes from Something’s Cooking all year long, with a collection of gift cards from our participating restaurants ($300 total value). You can buy your raffle tickets at the event or online ahead of time, and you don’t have to be present to win.
- New restaurants and breweries: This year, our line-up includes newcomers FEW Spirits, LuLu’s, Revolution Brewing, Sketchbook Brewing Company, Table to Stix Ramen, Temperance Beer Co., and Yeero Revolution. They’ll be joined by returning favorite restaurants and bakeries. To see a full list, click here.
Purchase Your Tickets Today!
Tickets are on sale now for Something’s Cooking, November 12, from 3-6 p.m. at the Woman’s Club of Evanston.
All funds raised at Something’s Cooking benefit Center for Independent Futures’ mission to support individuals with disabilities and their families to access all the opportunities of a full life. To get involved in Something’s Cooking by volunteering or donating items to the silent auction, contact Niki Moe at (847) 328-2044.