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Participating chefs this year include Eli Laidlaw, Ihssan El Haouari, and Felicia Grady.

Photo provided by Second Helpings

Good food + sips for a good cause? Count us in. Corks & Forks, presented by Kroger, takes Hoosiers on an elegant food and bev journey inside the exclusive spaces of Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

This year’s event (happening Wednesday, March 15 from 7-10 p.m.) features Indy’s top chefs preparing small plates as attendees mingle and enjoy good food, fine wines, unique cocktails, live entertainment, and a silent auction — all to support Second Helpings’ mission to transform lives through the power of food.

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