Tickets on sale now for NIC's Wild Game Feast


Have someone on your Christmas shopping list with wild taste? Tickets are now on sale for the North Idaho College Alumni Association's sixth annual Wild Game Feast Saturday, Jan. 15. This year's event features a four-course meal of unusual wild game delicacies created by Coeur d'Alene Inn Chef Gene Tillman. “Our wild game feast is an exquisite dinner unlike anything else around,” said NIC Alumni Relations Coordinator Sara Fladeland. “Every year the menu is different and this year we have an extraordinary balance between exotic wild game and a traditional culinary experience.” The menu will features wild game delicacies such as smoked salmon pitas with cream cheese, firecracker alligator Caesar salad and braised venison. Fine Wine Manager of Odom Northwest Dean Opsal will be a featured speaker, suggesting wine selections that complement the wild game on the menu. The event will also include music and a silent auction. Works by local wildlife artist and NIC alumna Dianne Munkittrick will also be on display. Appetizers will be served at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m. at the Coeur d'Alene Inn, located at 414 W. Appleway. All proceeds benefit the NIC Alumni Association and scholarships for NIC students. Tickets are $50 per person or $45 for NIC Alumni Association members. Limited seating is available and the event has sold out every year. For tickets, mail a check to the NIC Alumni Association, 1000 W. Garden Avenue, Coeur d'Alene, ID, 83814, or call (208) 769-7806.

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NIC Alumni Relations Coordinator Sara Fladeland, (208) 769-7806.

Posted: Thursday, Dec. 2, 2004

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