Help raise money for Nepal earthquake victims at the first annual 'cheel-abration'
THIENSVILLE -- The cheel restaurant in Thiensville will be hosting the first annual 'cheel-abration' to celebrate their one year anniversary. The free event is to help raise money for earthquake victims in Nepal.
Saturday, July 18th the event will celebrate Nepalese culture and bring tasty cuisine to southeastern Wisconsin.
Numerous activities will be at the event including live music, henna (Mehndi) art, and a water balloon fight.
Folks can also enjoy the outdoor bar where there will be wine, beer and spirit tasting -- as well as food sampling! The food tasting will include fing salad, chicken choyla, wild boar pit roast, brats, hot dogs, chips and aachars.
The cheel will be selling wrist bands (optional) which will give guests access to all the tastings and henna art. The wrists bands cost $10 for children and $20 for adults.
20% of the funds raised from the wrist bands will go towards the victims of the Nepal earthquake.
So far, the cheel has raised over $16,000 for earthquake victims.
For more information on the HOPE for NEPAL fundraising site, CLICK HERE.
If you would like to attend the event on Saturday, July 18th you can RSVP HERE.