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Celebration of Local Restaurants to Benefit Construction Effort at Covington School

A new celebration of local restaurants and music comes to life Saturday, January 30 as Prince of Peace Montessori School hosts WINTERFEST 2016 at Notre Dame Academy (1699 Hilton Dr, Park Hills, KY 41011) from 7 - 11p.m.

A new fundraiser for the school, the evening will include dinner-by-the-bite from a variety of local restaurants along with plenty of dancing courtesy of Perfect Day DJs, a silent auction and raffles, and a cash bar featuring craft and domestic beer, and wine. 

"We are so excited for WINTERFEST 2016," said Sr. Suzanne Rose, SND, Principal at Prince of Peace Montessori in Covington. “Our parents have been working hard for months to bring this new event to life and we can't wait to introduce it to the community. "

Participating restaurants include Otto's, Bouquet, Izzy's, Skyline Chili (Fort Wright), Cock & Bull Public House (MainStrasse), Zazou Grill and Pub, Chick-fil-A Newport Pavilion, Oriental Wok, and Riverfront Pizza. In addition, Left Bank Coffeehouse, Bean Haus Bakery & Cafe, and Yagoot will be providing attendees with coffee and dessert.

Tickets to WINTERFEST 2016 are $30 each and are available through the Prince of Peace website at www.popcov.com/winterfest or by emailing [email protected].  

Proceeds from WINTERFEST 2016 will go towards the construction of much needed second-floor restrooms for students.

Sponsors of WINTERFEST 2016 include Blau Mechanical Inc. (BMI), KW Mechanical, Inc., Schneller Heating, Air Conditioning, and Plumbing, Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell, Time Auto Sales, Middendorf Funeral Home, SECO Electrical Company, Baird, Waltz Business Solutions, Sterling Cut Glass, Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, BB&T, Durham Brands & Co., Blank's Pharmacy, Wolff Bankruptcy Law, Earl Franks Sons and Daughters, EMS Group, The Kelly Family, Klingenberg's Hardware and Paint, Ft. Mitchell Garage, Terry Monnie Title Company, Up Over, Vennefron Signs & Graphics, Perfect Day DJs, and MainStrasse Village.

-Staff report

Photo: Prince of Peace (RCN file)