This year the Friends of Jupiter Beach's annual Food and Wine Festival will go online and celebrate the nonprofit through fun presentations from local chefs and bartenders. The program will highlight some of the amazing food offerings in the area while celebrating the Friends of Jupiter Beach's mission. A few of the restaurants that are participating include Café Chardonnay, Tommy Bahama, Leftovers Cafe, and Cooper's Hawk.
Ticket prices are $26 to commemorate the 26 years of Friends of Jupiter Beach. Along with the virtual presentation, patrons will also receive a gift bag with special offers from local restaurants. Proceeds from the festival will go to fund Friends of Jupiter Beach's monthly beach cleanups and the dog bags they provide at every beach crossover in Jupiter.
In conjunction with the event, there will be an online auction running from Oct. 17 -18. The auction is accessible through the website fjbfoodandwine.org.
Friends of Jupiter Beach started in November 1994 with about 30 concerned people who loved the beach. Today, more than 5,100 individuals, families and businesses are involved in the nonprofit. Their volunteers have cleaned Jupiter Beach on the first Saturday of each month since November 1994. What started with 15 volunteers showing up to clean up the beach, today, sees 200 to 300 people showing up. Friends of Jupiter Beach's efforts have saved the city of Jupiter more than $500,000 over the past several years.
For more information call 561-748-8140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
General Admission: USD 26.0