30 November, 2022, 16:59

Tater tot nacho bar, neon signs & more at Child Language Center benefit

A tasty & electrifying evening of great bites & lights.

The Child Language Center is celebrating 30 years with “Wings on Words” at the Ignite Sign Art Museum from 4 – 8 p.m. on Saturday, October 5.

For one, if you’ve never been to the Ignite Sign Art Museum here’s a great reason to visit, but secondly, have you ever heard of a Tacho Bar?

The 2019 Iron Chef Tucson champion, Wendy Gauthier of Chef Chic, is serving up a tater tot nacho bar for those celebrating with The Child Language Center’s anniversary.

Photo courtesy of The Child Language Center

Photo courtesy of The Child Language Center

The neon lights and the tater tot nachos are great reasons to join the party, but the main reason is to support the Child Language Center.

Since 1989, the center has been providing specialized clinical and educational programs for young children with speech and developmental language disorders.

Tickets are $65 per person, $60 for alumni, $120 for couples, and $210 for a family of four. There is also an opportunity to be a table sponsor for $600.

05oct4:00 pm8:00 pmThe Child Language Center's AnniversaryTacho Bar, Music & More4:00 pm - 8:00 pm AZ Ignite Sign Art Museum

Each ticket includes a Private Chef Dinner, which includes Chicken and Waffles, Tacho Bar, and salad greens.

In addition to the feast, there’s going to be a Milkshake Bar provided by Ice Craft, free admission to the Ignite Sign Art Musuem, a live “Neon Bending” demonstration, live music by Kings of Pleasure, and more.

The Ignite Sign Art Museum is located at 331 S. Olsen Ave. For more information, visit clctucson.org.

At a very young age, Matt was gifted with the artistic ability to masterfully roll a burrito to the highest of standards.