Chefs’ Dinner approaches

BC Shellfish Festival Society is offering table sponsorships at this year's Chefs' Dinner.

The BC Shellfish Festival Society is offering table sponsorships at this year’s Chefs’ Dinner on June 14 at Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park.

A six-course B.C. seafood meal will be paired with different B.C. wines for over 200 guests from 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm. This event sells out quickly every year.

Sponsorships of the 27 tables are confirmed on a first-come, first-serve basis. The deadline to book your table sponsorship is May 1.

The BC Shellfish Festival Society is a non-profit organization with a mandate to promote B.C. shellfish, the chefs who serve the society members’ products and the farmers who grow these products through the creation of a premier culinary event that attracts locals and out-of-town guests for a weekend to celebrate the bounty of the sea.

For details, visit bcshellfishfestival.ca.

— BC Shellfish Festival Society

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