Derby Day Delights with Kentucky Colonel Pat Nogar

Code: CW42001

Dates: April 25, 2024

Meets: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Creutzburg Center 103

Course Fee: $55.00

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Join Pat Nogar, a commissioned ambassador of good will (Kentucky Colonel) and local lifestyle expert for a festive immersion into Derby traditions featuring both refreshing cocktails and delicious bites. On the menu: Oaks Lily, the signature cocktail of Kentucky Oaks (the race preceding the Derby) – Mint Julep, the quintessential Derby Day drink – Hot Brown, Kentucky’s famous open-faced sandwich – Bourbon Balls, the ideal sweet ending to your Derby celebrations. Pat will also give you an appreciation for what you are imbibing by sharing its genesis and how it intersects with history and culture.
Fee: $55.00
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Creutzburg Center 103

260 Gulph Creek Road
(in Harford Park)
Radnor, PA 19087
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Pat Nogar

A native St. Louisan, Pat found her way to Philadelphia and has made her mark as the “Diva of Lifestyle". She is the founder of “Living Well with Pat Nogar”, a company that features her interests and expertise in all things lifestyle including entertaining, cooking, gardening and, in general, bringing people together for the best possible experiences. In the last few years, her love for the culinary arts has expanded into the world of wine and spirits, where she regularly shares her discoveries and creations. Pat doesn’t just make a cocktail, she shares its genesis and how it intersects with history and culture, giving everyone an appreciation for what they are imbibing. Her latest creation was “Philly Joy”, a cocktail created in honor of Global Philadelphia’s Fifth Anniversary celebration. For a number of years, Pat hosted a lifestyle show, “Living well With Pat Nogar” on LMTV, a local cable access station, and regularly shares her expertise across digital platforms. She also is a local favorite for presentations, tastings and speaking engagements. Pat is a Penn State Master Gardener, and a member of Les Dames d'Escoffier, the international organization of food, fine beverages and entertaining. As a Dame, Pat joins the ranks of women such as Carla Hall of “The Chew”, the late Julia Childs and Philadelphia’s own, Chef Susanna Foo. Pat is also a commissioned Kentucky Colonel, an honor conferred upon her in recognition of her family genealogy research.

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