October 5, 5:30pm–8:30pmWhere
Tri-C Hospitality Management Center 180 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 44114
Chefs are paired with youth gardens to compete for the best taste, presentation and educational impact. This project motivates and empowers youth to grow fresh food in their neighborhood or school garden and challenge them to become creative, healthy leaders.
At a few of these gardens, Dee Jay Doc and the Fresh Camp helped students create songs about their gardening experience that would motivate others to eat fresh, live fresh and be fresh.
Vote at the event to decide who has the freshest taste, presentation and educational impact!
5:30 pm Doors Open
6 pm Tasting
7:30 pm Concert and Awards
8:30 pm Conclude
This event is made possible by the Refresh Collective monthly support team, Tri-C, The Food Trust, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress Climate Resilience Initiative as well as all of the chefs who volunteer there time. Thank you!