A one-of-a-kind event is coming to Lubbock this May!

This Farm to Table event is their first-ever and is a fundraiser-themed Heart & Soul event that promises an unforgettable evening. Immerse yourself in local art, savor exquisite food and drinks, and participate in fundraising activities to support the fight against domestic violence across the South Plains.

The event features an art auction showcasing works by local artists and opportunities to win big-ticket items like a wine-tasting trip in Napa, among other exciting surprises!

This event is a celebration of our community's shared values and love for art and food. It's an opportunity for like-minded, philanthropic individuals to come together, enjoy a feast of fresh and seasonal dishes, and appreciate the creative productions of local artists and entertainers.

Women's Protective Services of Lubbock's mission is to introduce West Texas to the importance of unity in combating domestic violence.

Women's Protective Services of Lubbock, an innovative shelter for battered women, is committed to creating an empowering environment for women, children, and families to eliminate family violence. We provide crisis intervention, emergency shelter, and support services across the South Plains, offering a healing environment for families seeking protection.
Farm to Table(aux) is more than just an event. It's a unique opportunity for individuals and couples who appreciate fine wine, exciting art, and delicious cuisine to come together and make a difference. Your participation and support contribute to a noble cause in the fight against domestic violence. Join us in creating a safer community.

The event is happening on May 2, 2024, from 6 pm - 10 pm at the Museum of Texas Tech University.  VIP tickets are $200, General Admission are $150, and there are only 300 seats available!

Find out more about the event here.

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