Darigold is serving up gourmet food samples, family entertainment and a food drive in a BIG way, all to benefit Northwest Harvest. The“Fun Fridge” event takes place Sept. 8 at the Fremont Sunday Market and features a giant 16-foot refrigerator full of new surprises each time the fridge opens. From music, to chefs, to tray-toting servers delivering gourmet sample bites to the crowd, guests won’t know what’s in store until the giant door swings open!
Who: “Fun Fridge” includes a farmalicious line-up of local favorites and activities. Renowned Seattle chef Jason Wilson of Crush will dish out gourmet bites (including Darigold buttermilk doughnuts), School of Rock will perform pop hits through the decades, and well-known local media personality Jenni Hogan will host the afternoon.
Cost: FREE and open to the public
Where: Fremont Sunday Market, 3401 Evanston Ave N., Seattle
Find the fridge near the entrance at N. 34th and Evanston Ave. N.
When: Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013 from 11:30 – 2 p.m.
Why: Darigold, representing more than 500 Northwest dairy farms, is farmalicious – where farm meets delicious! Part of being Farmalicious means giving back to the local community.
Northwest Harvest helps fill the shelves and tables of more than 360 food banks and meal programs across Washington. Darigold’s donation, coupled with the non-perishable food items donated by “Fun Fridge” attendees, will help Northwest Harvest continue to provide more than 1.8 million meals each month to families in need.
More: For more information visit http://www.facebook.com/darigold