The reminds area residents it's their last call for advanced-purchase tickets for Thursday night's Feasting for Felix fundraiser — which features vegetarian food rated by five area celebrity judges
Patch Local Editor Lyssa Beyer is among the judges who will attend the event in search of the top vegetarian dish. Other judges include Henry Rosoff and Shawn Patrick of Fox6News, Lisa Curtis from the News Graphic and Dan Small from Outdoor Wisconsin.
Advance tickets are $40 for adults, $75 for couples, and $20 for children under 10 years old, according to a press release from the Humane Society. Tickets can be purchased at the shelter at 630 W. Dekora Street in Saukville, or online at www.ozaukeehumane.org. Advance purchases end Wedensday night. At the door, tickets are $50 for adults and $25 for kids.
More from a press release from the society:
“We are so thankful to all the restaurants who have signed on to participate in this important fundraiser,” said Beth Maresh, director of the WHS Ozaukee Campus. “They are donating their food, time and staff support, and we couldn’t be more grateful. It has already been wonderful to work with all of these local businesses, as well as our corporate sponsors and beverage providers, all of whom have provided invaluable support of the shelter animals.”
The list of participating restaurants include: Galiotos Twelve 21, Firehouse, Amy’s Candy Kitchen, Tomaso’s Mequon, Milwaukee Ale House, Ferrante’s, Tello’s, Highland House, Out & Out, Riverview Inn Pizza, Fire Ridge Golf Club, The Chancery, Zaffiro’s, The Anvil, Remington’s River Inn, Mila’s European Bakery, Harvey’s Central Grille, Sweetheart Cakes, Cedarburg Bog, The Chocolate Chisel and First Watch Mequon.
Beverages are being donated by the Chiselled Grape Winery, Pabst Brewery and Lakefront Brewery; sponsors include Harris Bank, Charter Steel and the Cedarburg Lions Club.