Top Nosh 2013 – Small Plates, Great Tastes at West Hartford Town Hall –February 28th 7:00pm
Do you enjoy dining out at all of the fabulous restaurants that are located in the great town of West Hartford? What if I told you that you could sample some of the best food and drink that the chefs of these restaurants have to offer? And, what if that night out included a birthday party to help support a great cause? Does this sound too good to be true? Top Nosh 2013 combines all of these wonderful elements into one fantastic evening and… you’re invited!
On Wednesday evening February 27th at 7:00 pm Top Nosh 2013 will be held at West Hartford Town Hall benefitting the Jewish Teen Learning Connection. The Jewish Teen Learning Connection or JTConnect is a learning and social community that offers a rich experience for teens, enhancing their connection to Jewish heritage, traditions and values. Formerly known as Yachad, the organization serves the needs of over 200 teens in the Greater Hartford area. JTConnect is celebrating its 18th year and we’d love to have you celebrate with us.
Shake hands with the chefs while you nosh on amazing dishes prepared especially for this fabulous evening. Sample incredible cocktails while you mingle with friends old and new for what is shaping up to be a fantastic evening. Toast JTConnect as it celebrates its 18th birthday in style! We’ve got a great mix of chefs and restaurants joining us. Greater Hartford’s premier chefs from Bar Taco, Barcelona, Treva, The Max Group, Evan’s Organic and Locally Grown Sushi, Shuman Catering, Yosi Catering and more. You will also have the opportunity to win silent auction prizes including restaurant experiences, theater tickets, spa treatments, sports tickets and trip accommodations!
General Admission $50 per person. Sponsorship opportunities available are various levels .To purchase tickets and make reservations for Top Nosh 2013 please contact the JTConnect office at (860)727-6110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewish Teen Learning Connection is a learning and social community that offers a rich experience for teens, enhancing their connection to Jewish heritage, traditions and values. The program is designed for students in 6th through 12th grades. Synagogue membership is not required.