Welcome to the Art of Dining!
Every other October, we collaborate with local chefs, artists and designers to put on a benefit gala. Local shops and designers decorate and display dining room masterpieces! All of the Art of Dining net proceeds help to fund Butte-Glenn non-profit organizations that provide specialized services for children and adults in need. Come and mingle with friends while enjoying the Art of Dining!
A BIG thank you to everyone who made the 2013
Art of Dining possible!
THANK YOU 2013 Designers, Vendors and Sponsors!
2013 Corporate Sponsors:
Chico Eye Center
Reeve-Woods Eye Center
Northstate Neurosurgery Associates
Monks Wine Lounge & Bistro
Digital Print & Design
Michelle Borgg DDS
South Chico Dental
Touch of Glass
Roster Jerrald L & Co
Northern California Bank
Ginnos Kitchen & Appliance Center
The Cookie Shoppe
Dr. David Alonso, M.D., Inc.
- Beth Bjorklund, Artist
- Byron Wolfe, Photographer
- David Simcox, Artist and co-owner of Art Etc.
- Caitlin Schwerin, Artist
- John Lawrence, wood panel Artist
- Paula Busch, Artist
- Patti Lloyd
- Marilyn Cardinal-Hayes
- Olive A'Sudden - Olive oil tasting
Flowers By Rachelle
We Do Design
World Market w/ Cindy Reed Vogal
Lisa's Flor Decor
Christian & Johnson
All Cats and Dogs
Trail Head Adventures
Little Red Hen
A&J Party Center
FABU to You!
2013 Art of Dining Grant Recipients
• California Health Collaborative
Purpose: to provide breast and cervical cancer care coordination and nurse navigation services to low-income, medically underserved women in Butte & Glenn counties. Provides services for women with abnormal mammograms or symptoms, but do not have financial resources to receive diagnostic testing or medical treatment.
• Center for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
Purpose: Provides low cost diagnostic services to children suspected of exposure to alcohol in utero. Along with diagnosis, treatment recommendations and in-service education provided for parents, caregivers and educators involved with children affected with FASD.
• Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Purpose: to provide CASA Volunteer advocacy and support to abused and neglected children who are under the jurisdiction of the juvenile dependency court.
Purpose: The PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) International Center serves children and adults who are physically, emotionally, cognitively, and behaviorally challenged.
• Peg Taylor Center for Adult Day Care (Innovative Health Services)
Purpose: to support local families by providing daily health care for younger and older adults with serious health conditions. Serves frail elderly and other compromised adults who would otherwise be at risk of emergency room visits, skilled nursing facility placement, etc.