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NOWFE 2014 Wine Dinner at Cafe Reconcile

Cafe Reconcile New Orleans

Wednesday, May 21, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)

New Orleans, LA

NOWFE 2014 Wine Dinner at Cafe Reconcile

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NOWFE Wine Dinner Individual Ticket 16 Tickets Ended $120.00 $7.59
NOWFE Wine Dinner Table for Eight 1 Ticket Ended $960.00 $38.75

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Event Details

This special five-course Wine Dinner will feature wines from the Wagner Family of Wine (Caymus, Mer Soleil, Silver, Conundrum, Belle Glos) and the culinary creations of Cafe Reconcile's own Chef Eugene Temple along with guest chefs Greg Reggio (Taste Buds, Mizado Cocina, Zea's, Semolina's), Glen Hogh (Vega Tapas Cafe), Diana Chauvin (La Thai Uptown), and Nikki Brown (Made from Scratch).

For group seating or other questions, contact Cafe Reconcile at (504) 934-1634 or catering@cafereconcile.org.

All proceeds benefit Cafe Reconcile's hospitality industry training program for at-risk youth. For more on Cafe Reconcile, visit www.cafereconcile.org.

Have questions about NOWFE 2014 Wine Dinner at Cafe Reconcile? Contact Cafe Reconcile New Orleans

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Cafe Reconcile
1631 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70113

Wednesday, May 21, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)


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Cafe Reconcile New Orleans

Since 2000, Reconcile New Orleans has worked to break a cycle of generational poverty by connecting opportunity youth with education and employment. Our signature Life Skills & Workforce Development program, now entering its fifteenth year, has provided thousands of at-risk young adults, ages 16-22, from across New Orleans with the skills and confidence necessary to earn and retain career-track jobs.  These entry-level opportunities are the critical first rung on almost any career ladder for youth to pursue their career dreams.

Our Life Skills & Workforce Development Program integrates multiple services under one umbrella. It is a 15-month program that consists of 480 hours of intensive, individualized intervention, 15 months of case management and 12 months of job retention support. During the program’s initial twelve weeks, students receive an incentivized work stipend tied to key program milestones, uniforms, bus tokens, and two healthy meals per day.

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