The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Mid-South Chapter is hosting Fall Crush- “Women Against MS” a farm-to-table wine dinner on Nov. 17 at Green Door Gourmet’s Grand Barn, featuring four of Nashville’s leading chefs, Margot McCormack of Margot Café & Bar, Marche, Deb Paquette of Etch, etc., Katie Coss of Husk and Kayla May of Josephine.
“Since Women are 3 times more likely to be diagnosed with MS, we enlisted some of Nashville’s top female chefs to help create this year’s “Women Against MS” theme,” said David Haddock, Chapter President. “Fall Crush is a time when we all come together to celebrate those living with MS, and raise funds that helps the National MS Society serve them better. Proceeds from this event fund numerous programs and services to help those with MS live their best lives, as well as push forward critical research as we seek to find a cure. We are especially grateful to Nashville’s amazing culinary community for continuing to support our unique celebration of food and wine, and we fight MS together”.
Join us on Nov. 17, from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Grand Barn at Green Door Gourmet, located at 7007 River Road Pike in Nashville. WSMV Today in Nashville’s Host Kelly Sutton will serve as the evening’s master of ceremonies with entertainment from Sheriff Scott and the Deputies. 100% of the proceeds benefit the National MS Society’s mission to rid the world of MS.
For sponsorship, or ticket information contact Kathy Fletcher at Kathleen.Fletcher@nmss.org or 502.451.5473