Building on their popular and successful “Safe Plates” dinners, Falmouth chefs will host another Safe Plates, this time for AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod, which plans to purchase a mobile unit for the Falmouth area.

Chefs Laura Higgins-Baltzley and her husband Brandon Baltzley, owners of the Buffalo Jump, will host a dinner on Monday, August 26, from 5 – 7 PM at the Waquoit Congregational Church, featuring summer chicken, baked beans, cold rice salad, green salad, and a vegetarian/gluten-free option. They will be joined by Annie Konner-Higgins, owner of Peck O’ Dirt Farm Bakery, who will provide dessert of blueberry buckle.

All proceeds will benefit AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod mobile van in Falmouth. Suggested donation: $12 for adults; $8, children age 9 and younger. Dessert $3.

The AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod saves lives through prevention, education and life-sustaining services that address public health crises to build healthy communities across the Cape and Islands.

This Safe Plates dinner is sponsored by Engage Falmouth and No Place for Hate-Falmouth. Other sponsors include Falmouth Jewish Congregation, Waquoit Congregational Church, Christ Lutheran Church, St. Barnabas Episcopal, Church of the Messiah, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship-Falmouth, First Congregational Church Falmouth, Inspiration Everywhere, and Sober Living Foundation.

The Waquoit Church is a welcoming, inclusive progressive Christian congregation serving the Upper Cape. It is located at 15 Parsons Lane and Route 28 in East Falmouth. Facilities and parking are accessible to all. Everyone is welcomed at this dinner. For further information please call 508-548-5269.

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