Golden Rainbow will partner with Cork and Thorn for a unique edition of the “Dining Out For Life” series on Tuesday, April 13, with a generous percentage of sales benefitting Golden Rainbow to provide critically needed services, including housing, education, wellness and direct financial assistance to men, women and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Cork and Thorn owner Randi Garrett will lead guests through a floral arrangement class from 6-7 p.m. to create a stunning springtime flower centerpiece to take home and enjoy. The $75 ticket price includes fresh flowers, vases, cutting shears and any necessary decorative materials. The event is limited to 50 people and participants must register by Sunday, April 11 at 5 p.m.
Cork and Thorn is also offering an in-studio wine tasting class with three wine and cheese pairings for $25 from 7-8 p.m. For those who prefer not to attend in person, curbside pickup is also available. Guests can purchase bottles of wine and follow along online if they choose to do it from home. All curbside purchases must be picked up between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. at Cork and Thorn on Tuesday, April 13.
Guests are invited to stay after class ends.
To make reservations for the floral class or wine class, visit corkandthorn.com/book-a-class-event. Cork and Thorn is located at 70 W. Imperial Ave. All state and local mandates will be in place.
For more information, visit goldenrainbow.org/diningoutforlife or follow on social at facebook.com/GoldenRainbowLV, @GoldenRainbowLV on Twitter, and @GoldenRainbow1 on Instagram.
About Golden Rainbow
Golden Rainbow is a non-profit organization co-founded in 1987 by Bree Burgess and Peter Todd to provide housing and financial assistance to people living with HIV/AIDS in Southern Nevada.
The organization was established by members of the Las Vegas entertainment industry who saw the need to provide housing for people with AIDS when one of their fellow performers was forced to live and eventually die in his family’s garage. Motivated by their castmates and friends suddenly becoming ill and dying in record numbers, show performers from all over the Strip organized a benefit show to raise funds to provide shelter for those in most need.
Originally called “Golden Rainbow,” the show premiered on July 11, 1987, in the Ziegfeld Theatre at Bally’s, and is now known as the “Ribbon of Life” that remains one of the largest and most successful HIV/AIDS annual fundraisers in Nevada. In addition, the organization hosts its annual “Dining Out for Life” event, partnering with local restaurants to fundraise for their critically needed services. For more information, visit goldenrainbow.org.