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KCUR Family Dinner

Hosted by KCUR Generation Listen
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Announcing KCUR's first-ever Family Dinner on Saturday, September 28! This farm-to-fork fundraising dinner is hosted by KCUR’s Generation Listen Council.

Join public radio fans for a multi-course meal crafted by some of the city’s most talented chefs for an evening on an urban farm filled with great food, music, and drinks as we celebrate the power of public radio and the next generation of civic-minded people.

Event details:
Saturday, September 28, 2024
BoysGrow Farm Kitchen
$75 per person, $125 for dinner + Patron Cocktail Hour

Sponsorship packages now available

  • 5:00PM - Patron Cocktail Hour
  • 6:15PM - Dinner Begins
  • 7:45PM - Dessert & Music
BoysGrow

This special event is hosted KCUR’s Generation Listen Council, which exists to connect young listeners to the people, places and things that make Kansas City an exciting place to be.

True to the mission, Family Dinner celebrates the local chefs and producers behind the city’s legendary food scene, and public radio for telling these important regional stories.

Family Dinner invites supporters to share a meal and connect over the importance of free, independent journalism for the region.

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What to Expect at Family Dinner
Meet the Family Chefs

Consider yourself a foodie? Or one of KC’s public radio’s biggest fans? Feeling inspired by KCUR’s positive impact on the region? We are too! Your participation in the Family Dinner helps build the next generation of KCUR supporters.

Join us for the inaugural event, bringing KCUR’s supporters to the table to celebrate our city’s rich history of food and storytelling.

Seating is limited to 200 guests, so don’t wait to join the Family Dinner! For a behind-the-scenes look at the culinary inspiration, join the Patron Cocktail Hour for conversations with participating local chefs, hosted by KCUR Food Critic.