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Navy Pier 100

Save the date for the 2016 Grand Chefs Gala
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29th, 2016
6:00PM – 12:00AM

600 East Grand Avenue
Self Parking- $20
Valet Parking- $33

Please head East on Grand Avenue along the Pier to East Garage for Self Park and to Entrance 2 for Valet Parking.

HOSTED BY JEFF MAURO
HOST OF FOOD NETWORK’S THE KITCHEN AND SANDWICH KING

HONORING PHIL STEFANI, PHIL STEFANI SIGNATURE RESTAURANTS
2016 CHICAGO CLASSIC AWARD

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s 19th annual Grand Chefs Gala will celebrate the storied splendor of Chicago and bring to life the excitement of iconic Navy Pier! As the stars dance off the waters of Lake Michigan, guests will experience all the wonder, majesty and inescapable beauty that has culminated in 100 years of Navy Pier.

Over 50 of Chicago’s finest chefs and mixologists will gather to personally prepare signature dishes, desserts and cocktails that are as innovative, artistic and meticulously created as this great city. The event will also feature dinner, live music, dancing, and premium auctions that include once-in-a-lifetime culinary experiences. Save the Date because it will truly be an exciting evening at Chicago’s legendary Navy Pier to help support CFF’s search for a cure!

GALA TABLE
$6,000 per table

(includes nightcap)
$4,840 is tax-deductable
GALA TICKET
$650 per person

(includes nightcap)
$534 is tax-deductable
NIGHTCAP TICKET
$100 per person

$65 is tax-deductable

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Tables to the Grand Chefs Gala are sold out.  Grand Chefs Gala Nightcap tickets are still available.

For more information, please contact Stephanie Michaud at 312.236.4492 x 102 or smichaud@cff.org

If you wish to reserve a room at a reduced rate, please call the Radisson Blu Hotel Chicago 800-916-4339 and reference the Fairmont Hotel has a special rate of $109.00 (Jan. 29 only).

Important Note on Attendance at Foundation Events: To reduce the risk of getting and spreading germs at CF Foundation-sponsored events, we ask that everyone follow basic best practices by regularly cleaning your hands with soap and water or with an alcohol-based hand gel, covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your inner elbow and maintaining a safe 6-foot distance from anyone with a cold or infection.

Medical evidence shows that germs may spread among people with CF through direct and indirect contact, as well as through droplets that travel short distances when a person coughs or sneezes. These germs can lead to worsening symptoms and speed decline in lung function. To further help reduce the risk of cross-infection, the Foundation’s attendance policy recommends inviting only one person with CF to an indoor Foundation-sponsored event at a specific time.