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Help support the musical arts by enjoying the culinary arts!
The Kalani Falcons Band Boosters, in partnership with MISO & ALE, is proud to present the Concert + Cuisine Series, a unique annual pop-up dining fundraiser that unites the musical arts with culinary arts to benefit the Kalani High School Music Department. Proceeds from the event will help support the Kalani Falcons Band Boosters in their continued efforts to raise money to keep Kalani High School's music programs in operation.
On Friday, October 19, 2012, Chef Christopher Okuhara and Chef Christopher B. Gee of MISO & ALE will be preparing two different dining options for you to choose from and enjoy at this event.
Option 1: To-Go Dinner
To-Go Dinners, $30/each, for purchase by pre-sale only, will be available for pick-up outside of the Kalani High School Cafeteria on Friday, October 19, 2012 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Each To-Go Dinner, contains generous portions for one person and includes:
Ginger Cilantro Chicken
Grilled Fresh Catch
Braised Pork Belly
House Pickled Vegetables
To purchase your To-Go Dinner(s), please refer to the "Ticket Information" portion above. Sales will end on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 12:00 am HST with only (200) available for purchase, so place your orders as soon as possible!
Option 2: Dine-In Pre-fixe Menu
Download a print-friendly version of the Concert + Cuisine Series flyer here.
For further event information or to find out how you can help the Kalani Falcons Band Boosters, please visit the official Kalani Falcons Band Boosters website. Also, visit the MISO & ALE website, like them on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter and Instagram (@misoandale) to see what they're cooking up.
Mahalo and hope to see you there!
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Kalani Falcons Band Boosters
The Kalani Falcons Band Boosters is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to the enrichment of the students of the music department at Kalani High School. The Boosters are made up of alumni, community volunteers, and parents who provide both financial and logistical support for the essential operations of the school’s music programs.