May 2015 Around Town

Aventino’s Lange Twins Wine Dinner – May 19

Join Avention’s for a very special evening when Guynell Whetstone of Lange Twins Winery will showcase the finest of LangeTwins varietals paired with five courses of homemade Italian fare prepared by Chef Chris Hight.

Dinner will begin with a wine reception at 6:30 p.m., followed by four courses specifically created for the evening. Erica Hight has paired each course with a varietal specifically selected to compliment the flavors and subtleties of each dish. Dinner will be served at a traditional Italian community table, with drawings for bottles of wine at the end of the evening. For five generations the LangeTwins family has been growing sustainable wine grapes in the Lodi Appellation region of California. Join the fun as these two families combine their passions for food and wine at this very special event.

Aventino’s Lange Twins Wine Dinner

Tuesday, May 19

6:30 p.m. Wine Reception

7 p.m. Wine Dinner

For reservations, call 817.570.7940.

Cuisine for Healing Sixth Annual Survivors in Style Benefit

Cuisine for Healing, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making nutritious, delicious food readily available to cancer patients and others combating disease, announced details for its sixth annual Survivors in Style: An Evening of Fashion, Food and Fun. The event will be held on Thursday, May 7, from 5:30until 8:30 p.m. at the Omni Hotel located at 1300 Houston Street in Fort Worth.

The benefit event will feature a fashion show celebrating the lives of 18 local cancer survivors who will model and share their stories of triumph and hope. Amy Yudiski will serve as honorary chair and Linda Cloud and Kellye Garrett will serve as event co-chairs. Melissa Adair (Dillard’s) and Shannon Sanderford (Miss Fort Worth) will serve as co-masters of ceremonies. The evening will feature wine and an assortment of delicious appetizers, all prepared to meet Cuisine for Healing certification guidelines. Guests will also have the opportunity to win prizes. Tickets for Survivors in Style are $65 each. Reserved tables are available for $500 and seat 8 guests. All proceeds benefit Cuisine for Healing, a nonprofit organization, and sponsorships are still available. To purchase tickets or become a sponsor, visit or contact Sue Austin at 817.921.2377. For more information, please visit the Cuisine for Healing website at

 The Cowtown Ball

You’re invited to an evening of True Grit and Glamour, featuring John Michael Montgomery, at the 22nd Annual Cowtown Ball on May 2! In its over two decades, Cowtown Ball has raised over $6 million for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer and they’re just getting started. These funds are vital to the Society’s mission to saving lives and creating more birthdays by helping people stay well, get well, find cures and fight back. So put on your best western chic attire and join us for cowboy-style cuisine, dancing and entertainment as we raise money to Finish the Fight.

 Untapped Fort Worth

At its origin, Untapped was designed by its organizers as an event equally focused on quality music and beer, a balance uncommon at music festivals and rarely found at beer events. The aim is not about the quantity of selection but rather the curating of the best in both craft beer and emerging local and national bands. A few of our favorite things so to speak. The addition of local artisans, quality food vendors, and unique locations add texture to each event and create a vibrant village of activity. What started as a self-serving shindig designed to showcase our personal interests turned out to be something that resonates in a way that is meaningful to us and our supporters. At Panther Island Pavilion.

TRWD Spring Trinity Trash Bash

Come join us for the 1st Annual TRWD Spring Trash Bash! The community has come to love the Trinity Trash bash in September so we have decided to provide a cleanup in the spring as well. Groups, families and individuals can choose any of the locations listed in the registration form as a cleanup location. On the day of the event volunteers hit the trails and make our river and city beautiful one piece of trash at a time. After the morning cleanup, all volunteers are invited to the after party at Panther Island Pavilion with free food, door prizes and entertainment.