Scheduled performances are: Feb. 12 featuring The Stivers Strings; Feb. 19, The Stivers Chamber Choir; Feb. 26 Stivers Concert Pianists. Additionally, each week will feature creative writers performing some spoken word.
For the first year ever the painting created by Stivers visual artists during a live performance piece will be auctioned off via silent auction.
“Our community loves this event and the opportunities to support Stivers. Reservations are brisk but space is available,” says Wick-Gagnet.
Some of the most popular items include filet and eggs with Chef’s house demi and chicken and waffles with Ohio maple syrup.
The popular brunches sell-out quickly bringing in 150-200 people per brunch, for a total of about 800 meals served. Getting a reservation in early is key.
The cost is $30 per person with $15 donated back to Stivers.
Bloody Mary’s and mimosas are $5 each.
“The Stivers model is truly amazing and an asset to the Dayton community. The foundation for any good community is the public school system, and we believe firmly that education is not a privilege but a right. This is one way we choose to give back because we love Stivers and what it represents,” said Wick-Gagnet. “(It’s) good food in a lovely environment prepared with good intention.”
WANT TO GO?
What: Coco's Bistro Savor your Sunday brunches to benefit Stivers School for the Arts
Where: 250 Warren St., Dayton
When: Reservations are available from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for the four Sundays in February
Cost: $30 per person with $15 donated back to Stivers
www.228coco.com or 937-228-2626