Town & Country’s 3rd Annual Giving Tables

Town & Country Kitchen and Bath of Red Bank, a full-service cabinetry design studio specializing in kitchen and bath design with their exceptionally crafted cabinetry lines, will host its 3rd Annual Giving Tables event from June 8th – 10th, 2017, to benefit Lunch Break. Local designers are invited to transform Town & Country’s showroom at 25 Bridge Ave. and show off their talents, featuring unique tablescapes influenced by Rutt HandCrafted Cabinetry’s Timeless American-Tailored look.

Whether you have a clear vision of exactly what you want, or just a few ideas; whether it’s a full remodel or simply the replacement of a few fixtures, Town & Country’s award-winning design team can do it all! Together, with their skilled craftspeople, Town & Country Kitchen and Bath is committed to excellence and to your complete satisfaction in every aspect of your project.

Opening night for the event is Thursday, June 8th, from 5pm – 8pm. Admission is open to the public and attendees will enjoy a fun evening of light fare and beverage samplings prepared by neighborhood eateries, while they are inspired by the Giving Tables. Guests will meet the talented designers and have the opportunity to shop Town & Country’s “Mini-Market”. The Giving Tables will also be on display Friday, June 9th, from 10am-5pm, and Saturday, June 10th, from 10am-3pm. For tickets and event details, visit www.eventbrite.com, and search “The Giving Tables American Crafted 2017”.

“We at Town & Country Kitchen and Bath feel fortunate to be part of this great community and are honored to provide a platform for giving back to it. All proceeds from The Giving Tables event tickets and Mini-Market will be donated to Red Bank’s Lunch Break, an organization which assists those in need with compassion and dignity in a variety of ways”, said owner Ginny Padula. “In addition, we are holding a cereal drive and encourage everyone to bring a box of their favorite cereal”.

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