Corks & Forks: Thursday, March 9, 2017

Join us at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for an evening complete with dishes prepared by top chefs in Indianapolis, delicious wines, craft cocktails & beer, a silent auction, and entertainment… while transforming lives through the power of food.

  • When: March 9, 2017
  • Where: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, 125 S. Pennsylvania St.
  • Tickets: $150

SOLD OUT!

AUCTION BIDDING IS LIVE!

Text “Forks17” to 24700 on your mobile phone, and follow the instructions to register.

You do NOT need to attend Corks & Forks to bid in the silent auction. 

 

If you have any issue processing tickets online, feel free to call (317)632-2664 (Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30) and ask for Lynda or Amber to purchase tickets over the phone.

This event would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. Interested in placing your brand in front of nearly 1,000 attendees? Please contact Amber Jett for sponsorship opportunities and details: amber@secondhelpings.org

participating restaurants:

  • The Alexander
  • Best Chocolate in Town
  • Bluebeard
  • CharBlue
  • Courses Restaurant & Bakery
  • JW Mariott
  • Libertine Liquor Bar
  • Livery
  • Longbranch
  • Meridian Hills
  • The North End BBQ & Moonshine
  • Pioneer
  • R2GO
  • Repeal
  • Rook
  • Rooster’s Kitchen
  • Salt
  • Soupremacy

Comments

6 Responses to “Corks & Forks: Thursday, March 9, 2017”

  1. Bonnie

    I am interested in attending this event (have heard about it past 2-3 yrs, but live outside Indy). What is the dress attire and I am not a dry wine drinker (so not even Zin or Reislings, etc. more or a sweet to semi sweet?) and often when I spend a large amount of money on an event, that is the only option, plus I do not drink beer. Just want to see if this is something myself and a friend would like to attend this year. Thxs, B

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    • Rob Peoni

      Hey Bonnie!

      Thanks so much for your interest in Corks & Forks. There is no official dress code for Corks & Forks. However, most attendees tend to wear cocktail attire. Women usually wear cocktail dresses, and men tend to wear blazers/jackets with or without a tie. It’s not a black tie event, but it’s definitely on the fancy side. We hope this helps! Feel free to reach out with any other questions or concerns. Hopefully we’ll see you on March 9th!

      -Rob

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  2. Anonymous

    We are excited to attend again this year. When will we see the silent auction items?

    Reply
    • Rob Peoni

      We’re working through some kinks on the auction website as I type this. You should see some info via email and on social over the weekend. Thank you so much for partying with us again this year. See you on Thursday!
      -Rob

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