DEARBORN, Michigan — The Dearborn Animal Shelter presents its fourth annual No Beast Feast fundraiser dinner featuring harvest themed cuisine. The dinner celebrates the fine art of vegetarian cooking with gourmet prepared appetizers, entrees and dessert. Guests will enjoy dishes such as pumpkin and white bean soup, Portobello pilaf with kale and butternut squash stuffed ravioli, all while benefiting adoptable animals in the care of the Dearborn Animal Shelter.
Special guest Dr. Kerrie Saunders returns this year to share a new twist on learning how plant-based foods can be nutritional heroes. This popular trend toward vegetarian and vegan foods is illuminated by Dr. Saunders, who is a nationally known author and presenter, having been featured on television, newspaper and magazines, including her popular “Ask Dr. Kerrie” advice column in VegNews.
Elaine Greene, Executive Director of the Friends For the Dearborn Animal Shelter, commented, “This evening is a great opportunity to experience vegetarian fare for those who are curious about new food choices or want to enjoy a culinary adventure in a casual setting. We look forward to breaking bread with friends old and new”. Activities also include door prizes, a tin can raffle and a peek at some adoptable animals. Attendees can also take home new recipes or pick up a Vegetarian Starter Kit from VegMichigan.
No Beast Feast takes place on Friday, September 20 from 6pm to 10pm at Park Place, 23400 Park Street, Dearborn, Michigan. 48124. Tickets are $45 in advance, $50 at the door and tickets include full dinner, soft drinks, beer, wine and more. Signature cocktails and full cash bar also available. To see the full menu and purchase tickets, visit the Shelter website or call the main phone. All food prepared vegan.
Learn more about adoption, events, volunteering or donating online. The Dearborn Animal Shelter is located at 2661 Greenfield Road, Dearborn, and is operated by the Friends For the Dearborn Animal Shelter, a 501C3 nonprofit organization. Phone (313) 943-2697 and on the web www.DearbornAnimals.org.