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Fourth annual kitchen tour supports youth programs

Story By: Brigitte Coles



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The Women’s Guild of the Mansfield Symphony will once again host its popular Spring Kitchen Tour on May 10.

For the cost of a $20 ticket, participants can enjoy a light brunch and visits to six of Mansfield’s finest home kitchens. Brunch will begin at the Renaissance at 10:00 am, where guests can collect their tour maps, win a selection of door prizes, and proceed to visit the featured kitchens at their leisure between the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

All proceeds from the Women’s Guild event benefit the education programs of the Mansfield Symphony. The MSO’s programs bring music to nearly 8,000 local students each year through the Mansfield Symphony Youth Orchestra and Youth Strings, the Mansfield Symphony Teddy Bear Concert Series, and the Symphony’s free symphony concerts for schools as part of Operation Bridge Building.

The 2014 Kitchen Tour is presented by K.E. McCartney, My Floors America and Prints and Paints. Additional sponsors for this year’s Kitchen Tour include Allen Cabinetry; Debbie Williams, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones Investments; Home and Kitchen Supply; Kastran Karpets; Linda Murray Designs, Norwalk Furniture; Powell Supply; Skelton’s Inc; and Washington’s Carpet One.

Tickets for this event are available at the Renaissance Box Office: 419-522-2726 or online at www.mansfieldtickets.com. 

For more information on the Mansfield Symphony’s education programs or to join the Women’s Guild, contact Chelsie Thompson, Renaissance Director of Operations, at 419-522-2726, ext. 251.

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