The Community Design Center of Minnesota is hosting a Harvest Dinner at Heartland Restaurant at 6pm on Friday, September 16th. The three-course meal, created by Chef Lenny Russo of Heartland, will help the Community Design Center raise funds to continue their mission of building vibrant and healthy communities through food, conservation and youth development.
The Community Design Center of Minnesota (CDC) is a non-profit organization that has served the Twin Cities for over 40 years. Their programs engage local youth in sustainable agriculture, cooking, nutrition and conservation throughout the year. The CDC’s 42 teen interns are proud to provide the community with fresh, organic produce and to help educate over 1,000 local children and parents each year. The Community Design Center’s programs enrich the community and provide youth with leadership skills and a wealth of experiences that empowers and inspires them toward brighter futures.
The three-course seasonal dinner at Heartland Restaurant will include a short program highlighting the CDC youth and programs. To participate in this memorable evening and learn how to support the work of the Community Design Center of Minnesota, visit their website at www.cdcmn.org or call (651)228-7073.
The cost is $125. Email email@example.com for questions.