Discover Raleigh through a scavenger hunt style event to benefit the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
If you support the local food scene, love solving riddles, and want to meet some of Raleigh’s top culinary talent while enjoying good food and drink, then you’ll want to join the first CurEat Raleigh Scavenger Hunt. (Word is that the grand prize for the winning team is a trip to Nashville, TN.)
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Thirteen teams will have the opportunity to compete in the first CurEat Raleigh Scavenger Hunt, and registration is now officially open. If you are the first person to register and claim a team, you will be the team captain and can invite your friends to register. Registration is $100 per person, which will go toward your team’s fundraising goal of $1,500. Teams that raise over $2,000 will have opportunities to unlock additional clues throughout the event. Registration closes Friday, March 1.
What if the spots fill up before I have a chance to register?
You can still buy a ticket to the after-party at Transfer Co. Food Hall and/or donate to one of the teams to help them meet their fundraising targets for the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Agriculture Education Program.
How do you win?
Registered teams will receive an announcement via email prior to the event for the first clue, so be sure to download the CurEat App and sign up with your email. Clues will be released as they are solved. The first team to successfully solve all the riddles will be awarded the grand prize.
What will the team win?
The winning team will receive 4 round-trip airfare vouchers to Nashville, TN and accommodations at 21C Nashville for 3 days/2 nights. Certificates to select Nashville restaurants and opportunities to meet Nashville CurEaters will also be awarded.
There’s nothing like a mid-afternoon party. Join us after the CurEat Raleigh Scavenger Hunt for a pig pickin’ with North Carolina’s award-winning pitmaster, Sam Jones, the guys of Longleaf Swine BBQ, and music artist James Davy and the Brothers Egg band at Transfer Co. Food Hall.
This is your chance to taste Sam Jones’ BBQ before he opens his second location in Raleigh this year, and eat food from Longleaf Swine BBQ before they open their space in Transfer Co. Food Hall.
Date: Saturday, March 30
Time: 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
About inter-faith food shuttle
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle pioneers innovative, transformative solutions designed to end hunger in our community. As part of the Food Shuttle’s Agriculture Education program, their staff maintains two urban gardens: a demonstration garden on Geer St. in Durham and a community garden on Camden St. in Raleigh. These locations engage the surrounding community in learning about local food production, at home growing techniques, bee pollination, and healthy eating. The Food Shuttle Agriculture Education Programs serve at risk populations and include: Sprout Scouts – after school garden and cooking club for elementary school students, Seed to Supper – adult backyard gardening classes and Growing Garden Classrooms – garden based teacher trainings at public elementary schools.
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