Help Arlington Charities celebrate our 40th Anniversary at our Second Annual

Help and Hope Celebrity Chef Showcase

See you at the Arlington Museum of Art on Thursday, April 11th from 6 PM - 9 PM

 

In celebration of Arlington Charities’ 40th Anniversary of service to our community, please join us for an evening of “Southern Comfort Food” demonstrations and delicious tastings with Chef Keith Hicks from Buttons Restaurant in Fort Worth. A scrumptious three course menu prepared by Chef Keith will feature an appetizer, a main course, and desserts. Along with the tasting, there will be plenty of time to mingle and meet Chef Keith personally!! We’ll also have a special auction taking place throughout the evening, featuring hand painted plates by local celebrities.

Keith Hicks is famous for his southern comfort food, including chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits, and good old-fashioned pot roast. At Buttons, Keith is known for pairing his delicious food with live jazz and R & B music. He has won many awards for both his food and his live music including Best Southern Food, Best Live Music Venue, and Fort Worth’s 2018 favorite. Arlington Charities is beyond excited to be celebrating such a momentous occasion in our history with Chef Keith. Check out the Button’s Website for a taste of Chef Keith’s signature southern flair.

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Tickets: $75

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Arlington Charities

811 Secretary Drive

Arlington, TX 76015

Buttons Restaurant

4701 West Fwy.

Fort Worth, TX 76107

Arlington Museum of Art

201 W. Main St.

Arlington, TX 76010

817.275.1511

Same day appointments only

Give us a call starting at 8:30 am

info@arlingtoncharities.org

811 Secretary Drive 

Arlington, Texas 76015

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The services provided by Arlington Charities, Inc. are made possible in part through a Community Development Block Grant from the City of Arlington through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.