RIBBON CUTTING AT THE CULTURAL CENTER
Celebrating Newly Remodeled Commercial Kitchen
The Lincoln City Cultural Center will host a Business After Hours with a Ribbon Cutting on Tuesday, April 19th at 5:30pm at their location, 540 NE Hwy 101, to celebrate their newly remodeled commercial kitchen. Attendees will tour the entire facility including the kitchen, classrooms, visitor center and auditorium while enjoying wine, beverages and finger foods.
“We spent most of last year in some degree of construction, from the flood repairs to the commercial kitchen to the sprinkler system to the sound rated doors in the auditorium. Now, the work is all finished and we want to show it off” said Niki Price, Cultural Center Executive Director. “We’re celebrating our 10th year of operation and we’d like the public to see what we’ve accomplished since our last open house. Please join us!”
The Cultural Center commercial kitchen will be used to help the Cultural Center host events safely and affordably. The kitchen is available to the public for rental in conjunction with events booked at the Cultural Center. The Farmers Market will also have access to the kitchen. The kitchen remodel was paid for through private fundraising efforts and regional foundations.
Learn more by visiting the LCCC website at www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org