Should we save you a plate?

After the splashes, catches & sunburns of the summer, we take the time to make a toast to the river that made it all possible. 

A. Odrezin

Coosa Riverkeeper’s 7th Annual


Cheers to the Coosa is our annual farm-to-table benefit dinner and it’s coming up on Thursday, September 19th! At our 7th annual benefit dinner, you can expect to be wined & dined with folks who love the Coosa just as much (or more) than you do! 

What to Expect:

A farm to table meal prepared by Chef Miguel Figueroa, beer & wine (plus a fun seasonal cocktail!), a rockin’ silent auction AND the opportunity to share stories about the Coosa with folks just like you! 

The Logistics:

Where: The Clubhouse on Highland (2908 Highland Ave, Birmingham, AL 35205)

When: September 19th from 6-9


Figueroa’s start in the culinary industry began at the prominent Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Studios, in Orlando, Fla. Most recently, Miguel has been behind the tasty food, as the Corporate Chef for Moore’s Mill Country Club, Amsterdam Cafe, Fountain View and the Dam Food Truck. Now, he serves as the head Chef at Ariccia serving guests & locals at the Hotel at Auburn University. 

“Every plate we serve has its own story to tell.

Chef Miguel Figueroa

Should we save you a plate?

There are limited seats available, so we encourage you to RSVP by purchasing your tickets early. Tickets are $65 for an individual and $120 for a couple, and will be available at the door for $75. 


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