Cheers to the Coosa: Swimmin’ in Soul

We’re excited to partner with Cahaba Brewing Co. for
Cheers to the Coosa: Swimmin’ in Soul!

Chef Chris Harrigan is servin’ up soul food featuring locally sourced produce and sustainable meats from our watershed. We’ll have live soul music provided by Harkestra, an art installation by Anne Conway, and a great silent auction! Wash down that tasty soul food with a “Coosa Kolsch”… available only for our river lovin’ guests!

This dinner will support the Coosa River Swim Guide, our recreational water quality monitoring program where we test 18 sites for 18 weeks so you can get the skinny before you dip in your favorite swimmin’ hole!

Here’s the skinny on the dinner:Swimming in Soul
When: Thursday, June 9th at 6:30 PM
Where: Cahaba Brewing Co.
Tickets: $65 ticket includes meal, beer, tax, gratuity, & membership
Why: ‘Cause swimmin’ is how we survive Summer in the South

 

**Thank you to our generous sponsors**
Cahaba Brewing Co, Weld for Birmingham, Mark & Maggie Johnston, Lorberbaum & Odrezin Associates, Interiorscapes Inc., IFC-Focus, Event Rentals Unlimited, Snow’s Bend Farm, Mt Laurel Farm, & Marble Creek Farmstead

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