The Lambton College Foundation Preparing for a Sold-Out Corks, Caps & Cuisine

SARNIA, October 22, 2019 – The 14th annual Corks, Caps & Cuisine tasting event is approaching and the Lambton College Foundation is preparing for a sellout crowd for the third year in a row. Tickets for The Lambton College Foundation’s signature fall fundraising event in support of the Envision Tomorrow Capital and Equipment Renewal Campaign sold out briskly, demonstrating the community’s enthusiasm for supporting a great cause while enjoying great food and drinks.

This year’s Corks, Caps & Cuisine will take place Saturday, October 26 and will provide lucky ticket holders with the opportunity to indulge in gourmet appetizers prepared by Lambton College’s Culinary Management students under the supervision of Red Seal Chef and Culinary Management Program Coordinator Alastair Mackay. These hors d’oeuvres are perfectly paired with a variety of premium beverages supplied by local craft breweries and artisanal wineries and orchards.

“I’m excited to see the community once again support this unique fundraising event,” says Judith Morris, President & CEO of Lambton College. “Being able to bring together members of the Lambton College community, the Sarnia-Lambton community, our alumni and our donors to enjoy the talents of our Culinary Management students while raising funds for an important cause is a special experience, one I look forward to every fall.”

Marc Guilbeault, Director of The Lambton College Foundation & Alumni Association, says the brisk ticket sellout as well as strong support for the event’s sponsorship opportunities demonstrate that Corks, Caps & Cuisine is a highly anticipated event within the community.

“The community’s enthusiastic support for this event over the past 13 years has helped The Lambton College Foundation enhance programs and services for students and transform the student learning and recreational experience through the Envision Tomorrow Capital and Equipment Renewal Program, and I’m thrilled to see that support continue for a 14th year,” says Guilbeault. “I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to the Sarnia Construction Association and NOVA Chemicals, this year’s Presenting Sponsors for Corks, Caps & Cuisine. I also want to thank BES Construction Consulting, TD Insurance, Trijan Industries, Lyndon Security, Bluewater Power and the College’s own Student Administrative Council for their support and for their commitment to Lambton College and our students.”

The theme for this year’s Corks, Caps & Cuisine is Haunted Mansion and guests are encouraged to don Halloween costumes for a night of spectacular spooky fun. The evening of entertainment features a silent auction, music, complimentary transportation at the end of the evening, and much more.

Since its launch in 1994, The Lambton College Foundation has raised millions for facilities, equipment, scholarships, and educational initiatives. The Envision Tomorrow Capital and Equipment Renewal Campaign was established to enhance academic programming, student athletic needs, and applied research opportunities to further position Lambton College as a provincial leader in educational programming while enriching the student experience on-campus.

For information about Corks, Caps & Cuisine, contact The Lambton College Foundation at 519-542-7751 ext. 2459 or

For media inquiries or more information:

Jami Kloet
Corporate Communications Coordinator
Lambton College
Telephone: 519-542-7751 ext. 3337
Mobile: 519-328-2081

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