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Friday, February 12, 2016

Event. March 13, 2016. Capital Area Food Bank for D.C.’s tasting gala, the Blue Jeans Ball.


Event Info
Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
901 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
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Hotel valet parking for a fee (self-parking unavailable). Click here for additional parking details.
Date and Time
Sunday, March 13, 2016
6 PM – 9 PMBuy tickets now button
Come out and join the Capital Area Food Bank for D.C.’s tasting gala, the Blue Jeans Ball. We’ll be back at the fabulous Marriott Marquis Hotel – in downtown Washington, DC. This historically sold-out event is “blue jeans” fashionable and will feature over 40 savory, spicy and sweet tasting stations, fabulous auction items as well as live music.
We are excited to welcome Chef Chairs Jeff Buben, Sherry Yard and Ruth Gresser and announce there will be new and exciting surprises making this year a real – BASH!
So get ready to rock your favorite denim while helping take hunger off the map.
Entertainment provided by DJ’s John Jazz and Miss H.E.R.

New This Year

Our participating restaurants and suppliers will create dishes in the spirit of wellness, in recognition of the CAFB’s commitment to offering a nutritious menu of ingredients to the 540,000 neighbors it serves.

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