TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Early Bird Tickets are $60 person and includes a multi course meal and all you can drink wine/beer/soda!
(Early Bird Pricing and VIP table sales end Sept 1st!)
Second Chance for Homeless Pets invite you to join us in an evening of FUNdraising!
This is the "Can't Miss" event of the year. Celebrate the accomlishments made possible by last years event, and help
Our large Silent Auction has items in every price range and our live auction is casual and easy for all attendees to understand and get involved!
There will be lots of drawings for everyone in attendance, games and goodie bags for all to take home.
The venue is easy to get to via Trax(City Creek Station) or City Creek Center parking garage (enter parking garage from South Temple).
All proceeds from this event help care for and save homeless dogs and cats in our communities.
Butternut Squash Ravioli sauteed with sage
Artichoke and Cauliflower hash
Fresh Mozzarella, heirloom tomatoes, with basil chiffonade &
Miso glazed seasonal Vegetables
Arugula Salad with Cider Glazed Squash, candied pecans and pickled
red onions tossed in a cider vinaigrette
House-made Rosemary Foccacia with extra virgin olive oil
Fresh Fruits & Berries
All you can drink - Wine, Beer and Soda
What is a Dessert Dash and
how does it work:
There will be an assortment of available desserts; equal to one dessert per 8 person table; prominently
displayed on a single table at the event.
On each 8 person table there will be a dessert menu card with
the desserts listed on one side and a bid sheet on the back, along with an envelope
Each guest passes the
card and envelope around and has the option of making a donation towards the table’s total. Then, the
table as a whole decides which desserts are their favorites.
At the end of dinner the table’s
totals are announced from highest to lowest.
Each table, starting with the
highest donation, sends one person (the dasher) to the display table to select their
dessert, to be enjoyed that night.
What should I wear? A: There is no dress code, but most people dress in business or cocktail attire