Roosevelt Growhouse will host its fouth-annual CultivEAT Farm-to-Table dinner 7-10 p.m. Saturday, April 28 in the heart of Roosevelt Row Arts District in Downtown Phoenix.

Local chefs will collaborate to create a meal paired with beer and wine from Historic Brewing Company and the Grand Canyon Winery. The community dinner features locally sourced produce and foods. To complete the experience, there will be live music and tours of the Growhouse garden.

Growhouse is located at the Leighton G. Knipe historic property at 1025 N. 2nd St. Proceeds will be used toward furthering the Growhouse Gardens efforts to create an urban agriculture, education and innovation center. As an educational partner of Bioscience High School and the School of Sustainability at ASU, the garden serves as an extension for students to engage in hands-on learning and experimentations in urban agriculture.

Proceeds also will benefit the Evans Churchill Community Associations mission to raise awareness, promote, improve, and protect the Neighborhood.

Tickets are $85 plus a $3.97 service fee, and options include vegan, vegetarian or meat entrees. The menu for the evening will be released a few days prior to the event. For tickets, visit


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