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130 W. Ormsby (Brown, Raisor & Davis)

$850
85%
Raised toward our $1,000 Goal
5 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on April 30, at 12:01 PM EDT
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130 W. Ormsby (Brown, Raisor & Davis)

Join us for a truly unique dining experience at the home of David Brown, Dennis Raisor, & Roger Davis in historic Old Louisville. Your reservation is free of charge and the night includes a reception, gourmet meal, great company and the chance to help your hosts reach their goal to raise as much financial support as possible for the University of Louisville’s LGBT Center. This means your entire gift for the evening is tax-deductible and goes directly to help the Center support LGBT students!The night will feature gourmet fare prepared by the chef from Proof on Main.

The theme is “Sunday Dinner at Grandmother's House.”  As David shared, “As a child I was blessed with having my entire family surrounded at Grandmother's house for Sunday Dinner. I didn't realize how special this was, and the experience in my life has become very special as an adult.  I am excited to incorporate some of her special dishes in this event.”

Starter

Grandmother's Garden Salad

Peas sprouts, sunflower sprout, baby mixed greens, carrots and buttermilk dressing.

1st Course

Fried Chicken Thigh, broccoli and carrot slaw, including a biscuit.

2nd Course

Pork Roast, roasted root veggies, including Parker house rolls.

Dessert

Homemade donuts, Sugar Apple Pouch and Banana Ice Cream.

 

"Dining at the Mansions is such a fun event and a chance to have an elegant meal in Louisville’s most beautiful mansions, but it’s so much more than that. To me, it’s our community coming together to wrap its arms around LGBT young people and make sure that they have the support and resources they need to be successful. It’s everything I love about our compassionate city."

                                                                                 — Brian Buford, Assistant Provost for Diversity and Executive Director of the LGBT Center

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