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WCR Plug-in, Providence RI

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Come and connect with your industry colleagues!
Specialty treats available upon arrival; cocktails served to order.
Complimentary, open to all industry, RSVP requested.
 
Kendra Doe-Mode is teaming up with Sin Bakery to bring you Rhode Island’s official “Plug-In” for Women in Food & Beverage! This event is a chance for women all over the culinary field to meet and greet, and learn about the Women Chefs & Restaurateurs organization. The group was created in 1993 to offer opportunities for professional development, advocacy, and mentorship. From Farmers to Food Writers to Line Cooks, WCR provides a space where everyone can be seen for their passion and be supported. Come join Kendra for baked goods and drinks and get to know one another! (WCR Membership not required to attend).
 
Sponsored by WCR, hosted by Sin Bakery.

Details

Date:
November 7, 2018
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Sin
1413 Westminster St., Providence, RI 02909 United States
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Website:
http://www.eatwicked.com

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