Maynard’s Restaurant in Silverdale is hosting a special preview event on Sept. 5 after partnering with the Olympic College Foundation to create a new culinary arts scholarship. File photo

Maynard’s Restaurant in Silverdale is hosting a special preview event on Sept. 5 after partnering with the Olympic College Foundation to create a new culinary arts scholarship. File photo

Maynard’s partners with Olympic College for culinary arts scholarship

JJ Meland: “I believe a scholarship for culinary arts falls right in line with Maynard’s values.”

  • Saturday, August 17, 2019 2:00pm
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Maynard’s Restaurant in Silverdale is hosting a special preview event at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, after partnering with the Olympic College Foundation to create a new culinary arts scholarship.

Chef and owner JJ Meland will present an exclusive first look before the restaurant and marketplace open to the public. The $125-per-person ticket includes artisanal bites, beer, wine and craft cocktails, and stops at demo food stations. Ticket holders also will get a chance to meet the owner and chefs, and an opportunity to chat with the farmers and ranchers who supply the restaurant.

“I chose Olympic College and the culinary arts program because education is important to me,” Meland said in a news release. “I believe a scholarship for culinary arts falls right in line with Maynard’s values.”

Tickets to Maynard’s Exclusive First Look can be found at maynards-firstlook.brownpapertickets.com. More info is available at olympiccollegefoundation.org/ocf-events/maynards/.

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