Joy Bauer Hosts A Taste of Westchester 2019
The Wine & Food Event of the Season – Supporting Cerebral Palsy of Westchester
On November 11, 2019, Cerebral Palsy of Westchester will host the 14th annual A Taste of Westchester – A Wine and Food Tasting Event, featuring cuisine from over 25 of the area’s finest restaurants and top chefs, as well as a worldly selection of wine, beer and spirits from select beverage establishments. Attendees will be able to sit back and relax in the Aries Wine & Spirits Tasting Lounge, hosted by lead beverage sponsor Aries Wine & Spirits, and will have the opportunity to win vacations, experiences and prizes through a Balloon Pop, Wine Wall and Silent Auction. The event will take place at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in West Harrison, NY on Monday, November 11, 2019 at 6:00pm. All proceeds will benefit CPW’s programs, fostering independence for individuals with disabilities and enabling them to participate to their fullest extent in their community. Tickets are $125 per person, $95 if purchased by October 21 and can be purchased at http://taste.cpwestchester.org.
Hosting the evening will be special guest Joy Bauer, nutrition and health expert for NBC’s TODAY show and the host of Health + Happiness. Joy is the author of 13 best-selling books and a monthly columnist for Woman’s Day magazine. Her upcoming children’s book, Yummy Yoga, hits stands in a few weeks and encourages young kids to try healthy new foods and energizing exercise in a playful and engaging format.
“CPW is thrilled to have Joy Bauer with us this year, a resident of Rye Brook, and to partner with the local restaurant and beverage community again,” says executive director, Linda Kuck, “We are happy to have the support of our local businesses including TD Bank, Countrywide Transportation, Oxford UnitedHealthcare, Kiamie East 32nd St, Grassy Sprain Pharmacy, C&A Auto Service, and the Wolff Family as event sponsors. We are grateful for the funding that this event raises, helping us to provide direct services to the developmentally disabled.”
Cerebral Palsy of Westchester’s mission is to advance the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Now in its 70th year of community service, CPW and its 450-person staff provide essential services and programs for children and adults in Westchester and Fairfield Counties with developmental disabilities that range from autism and neurological impairments to intellectual disabilities, epilepsy and cerebral palsy The organization’s motto is Realizing Tomorrow’s Potential…Today!
For more information, contact Tia Levinson at (914) 937-3800 x353 / firstname.lastname@example.org