Lansing Catholic CORKS + CUISINE Virtual — At Home Edition | January 30, 2021
Continue the tradition! Historically, Corks + Cuisine has been a gathering for the Lansing Catholic community to share fellowship and faith in support of the mission of Lansing Catholic High School. Corks + Cuisine won’t look the same this year, but our goal is the same...help us make Lansing Catholic the best it can be!
We will be promoting our virtual At Home Edition of Corks + Cuisine this year in order to keep safe and healthy, and comply with the current MDHHS mandates for indoor gatherings. We appreciate your continued prayers, support, and financial assistance as we continue to serve our students and faculty during this adversity.
Online giving and sponsorship registration for this event is now available! We are excited to tell you that our event has gone mobile! Corks + Cuisine 2021 will be using HANDBID, a mobile sponsorship, raffle, and donation platform that allows you to purchase or give from your smartphone. Save time by getting setup BEFORE JANUARY 30TH! Corks + Cuisine HANDBID Event Platform. Click here for more information about the Handbid App.
In this unique moment in time, we invite you to be a leader for this exciting initiative by becoming an event sponsor!
Lunch is the time of day when our students refuel so they can continue to be strong academically, physically and spiritually.
Like the family table in a home, the cafeteria brings students together to share not only meals but also to build community. Around the lunch tables, they share their stories, establish friendships, and support one another.
Recent pandemic restrictions have highlighted just how critical these interpersonal relationships are to the success of our students. It’s the one time of the school day they have a break, can socialize, and get refreshed.
A bold mural in the seating area of the cafeteria and new wall color
Comfortable dining chairs with a budget-friendly resurfacing of existing tables
Unique seating options including banquet type group, counter height bar, and restaurant-style lounge seating
French doors that can be opened out into the existing school’s patio
Raising the current drop ceiling to its original height to expose windows allowing for more natural light to flow into the space