Malicious but Delicious

Malicious but Delicious

Malicious but Delicious 

Thursday July 25, 2019
7-10 pm
The Mansion at Woodward Park (Tulsa Garden Center)

 

Join The Nature Conservancy of Oklahoma at our inaugural fundraising event, Malicious but Delicious on Thursday July 25th at The Mansion at Woodward Park (2435 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114. 

Would you eat an invasive species? Now you can! The Nature Conservancy has challenged local chefs and restaurants to make you delicious dishes from (edible) invasive and native species as they compete for the coveted title, "Nature Chef." Malicious but Delicious is a community event designed to foster meaningful conversations on the importance of protecting our most at-risk areas in Oklahoma, through an Oklahoma-style cooking competition. Not only will your taste buds be entertained, but your ears will too! John Fullbright, Oklahoma-native and two-time Grammy nominated musician will perform live during your tasty adventures at Malicious but Delicious.We will also feature recycling and composting as an element to reduce our impact while still having a fantastic and educational event. Tickets include food and beverage for the evening! Come enjoy food, drinks, music, and more while supporting conservation in Oklahoma!

 

FAQ's

What does the event support?

Proceeds from Malicious but Delicious will provide funding for the stewardship activities and operational funds required to manage the 105,000+ acres that The Nature Conservancy protects in Oklahoma. 

What does my ticket include?

Tickets include your food and beverage(s) for the evening

What is a Friend of Conservation ticket?

This ticket gets you VIP access at the event. Friend of Conservation ticket holders will have access to the VIP/Sponsor Lounge which will be located indoors with air-conditioning and a private bar. Ticket availability is limited!

Will we really be eating invasive species like the zebra mussel or feral swine? I thought it wasn't safe to eat feral swine?

Don't worry! Inedible (not safe or tasty) ingredients will be swapped for more safe, delicious ingredients (i.e. pork for feral swine, mussels for zebra mussels, western red cedar for eastern, etc.)

What is the dress code?

We want you to be comfortable! The event will be primarily outdoors, so please dress appropriately. 

What about the weather?

Rain or shine, this event will happen. We will do everything we can to keep everyone cool and dry, but please dress appropriately for Oklahoma summer evenings. 

Are the food and drinks included?

Absolutely! 

Is my ticket refundable?

All sales are final. 

What is the VIP/Sponsor Lounge?

There is an indoor, air-conditioned lounge available to Friend of Conservation ticket holders and Sponsors. There will be seating and a private bar to get out of the Oklahoma heat. Wristbands are required for entry (received at check-in). 

How do I become a Sponsor?

You can become a Sponsor online or you can contact Meghan Raleigh at 918-550-8586 or meghan.raleigh@tnc.org

I have a question that's not listed here, who can I contact?

Contact Meghan Raleigh at 918-550-8586 or meghan.raleigh@tnc.org


Ways to Participate:

Available

Limit

Price

General Admission (Opens new window)

187

No Limit

$125.00

Friend of Conservation Ticket (Opens new window)

39

No Limit

$200.00

Headline Sponsor (Opens new window)

1

No Limit

$25,000.00

Presenting Sponsor (Opens new window)

2

No Limit

$10,000.00

Guardian Sponsor (Opens new window)

3

No Limit

$5,000.00

Patron Sponsor (Opens new window)

4

No Limit

$2,500.00

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