Saturday, September 9, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Highland Springs Country Club
VIP Tickets: $70 in advance – include an exclusive party at the conclusion of the tour
General Admission: $35 in advance or $40 at the door.
Purchase tickets at 417tix.com or Harem and Company, James Decor.
Junior League of Springfield’s Tour of Kitchens will offer an exclusive view into six of the finest kitchens in Highland Springs. As you are shuttled from home to home, marvel at the impeccable craftsmanship while enjoying culinary demonstrations by notable Springfield chefs.
Featuring the kitchens of Chris & Jennifer Hazelrigg, Austin & Michelle Herschend, Kyle & Stacy Hicks, Jim & Suzanne Louth, Dr. Marcelo Mantala & May Lylah Chua-Mantala and Jeremy & Marta Miner. All ticket purchasers will receive a Women Who Can Dish It Out cookbook and a red whisk gifted by At Home Real Estate.
General Admission will park at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, where a shuttle bus will pick you up and take you to the first home on the tour.
VIP will park at the Highland Springs Clubhouse, where a shuttle bus will pick you up and take you to the first home on the tour. VIP ticket holders are also invited to attend an exclusive afterparty at The Highland Springs club house.
This guided tour will feature entertaining ideas and culinary inspiration at each home from Barley Wheat and Rye, Cellar + Plate, Homemade Delivered, MaMa Jean’s, Metropolitan Farmer and more!
Tickets also available for purchase at The Junior League of Springfield, Harem and Company and James Décor.
10 a.m. to Noon Demonstrations
B + B Boulangerie
Enjoy autumn mirror glaze entremets with apple pate de fruits and pumpkin mousse.
Shaker’s Bartending Service
Stop and sip on French Pear Vodka cocktails.
1 – 2 p.m. Demonstrations
CB Social House
Enjoy duck egg custard with old fashioned cocktails.
Swing by for a barbecue as Cory’s Burgers slings burgers fresh from the grill.
Cellar + Plate
Enjoy wine and freshly prepared tapas.
Sample various fall pies and learn how to make the perfect pie crust.
Proceeds support the Junior League of Springfield’s mission to promote voluntarism, train women and improve the greater Springfield community.
Sponsored by 417 Magazine, 417 Home, Elite Mercedes, Bailey Company, Cabinet Concepts by Design, Doug Pitts Construction, Modern Motorcars, OakStar Bank, Stoneridge Flooring Design, The Dan Holt Team, Wild Horse Development, Arvest Bank, At Home Real Estate, Custom Metalcraft Inc., Hogan Land Title Company, Meek’s, Mercy and Ollis/Akers/Arney.