By Mark Ambrogi
Savor, Sip & See is billed as a Taste of Zionsville in one evening. The Zionsville Tri Kappa fundraiser will be from 6 to 9 p.m. May 2 along Zionsville’s Main Street.
“It’s kind of like a huge progressive dinner,” said Valerie Swack, adding that it starts on the south side of Main Street. “Then as the evening progress, the courses progress going north on Main Street.”
There are 17 locations taking part along the Main Street. The proceeds benefit Zionsville Schools, non-for-profit organizations and students.
“We sold out last year and we’re expecting to sell out this year,” Swack said. “We’re expecting well over 250 people to come this year.”
Those attending receive a coupon book with freebies and discounts the merchants have produced.
“For example, Patrick’s (Kitchen & Drinks) has a $10 off a $40 meal,” Swack said. “If you are shopping on Main Street, the coupons alone will pay for your event.”
A similar event was held in Zionsville when the Super Bowl was in Indianapolis in 2012, but had another name.
“It was such a huge success that Tri Kappa decided to pick it up, and our first event was in 2014,” Swack said.
Swack is one of four chairs for the event. The others are Kate Swanson, Amy Belser and Sherra Price. There is a large variety of charities that Zionsville Tri Kappa supports. For more information, visit zionsvilletrikappa.org.
Tickets cost $50 in advance and $60 at the door. There will be blinking and glow in the dark rings for sale for $10. All proceeds go to charity. For ticket information or tickets through Eventbrite, visit zionsvilletrikappa.org/2015/01/27/save-the-date-for-savor-sip-see/. Donations for those unable to attend may also be made through Eventbrite.