The Noblesville-based Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank will celebrate 10 years of feeding the community with its annual fundraiser.
Harvest Blessings will return for the fourth time from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at Blackhawk Winery and Vineyard, 28153 W. Ditch Rd., Sheridan.
The event is hosted by Wil Hampton, Noblesville city councilor and longtime sportscaster in the Indianapolis market, whose beats included the Indianapolis Colts and Ball State University.
Chef Ryan Nelson of Indy-based Late Harvest Kitchen and North End BBQ will prepare a fall-themed meal. Guests also will be able to take part in a wine tasting, courtesy of hosts Deb and John Miller, owners of Blackhawk Winery. Anarchy Axe of Indianapolis will conduct an axe-throwing competition at the vineyard for attendees of all skill levels. Dave Lowe, a pianist, will provide live music. The fundraiser also will feature a variety of raffles and a 50/50 drawing.
So far this year, Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank has provided more than $272,000 of food and services to 40-plus food pantries and meal programs in Hamilton County. Since 2010, more than 750,000 pounds of food, equivalent to 625,000 meals, has been collected, purchased and distributed into the local food support network through HCHFB.