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Fundraiser promises evening of fine wine, food, music

Published On: Sep 22 2013 11:37:50 AM CDT

MADISON, Wis. -

“On the Move Madison” will be held Thursday night at the Madison Children’s Museum to benefit multiple sclerosis-related research, according to a release.

The evening of fine wine, food and music starts at 6 p.m. and goes until 8 p.m. with a sampling of food from Madison restaurants, a silent auction and a short MS research update by Dr. Aaron Field, organizers said. Field will also perform with his band Fringe Field.

Field is an associate professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and director of the Clinical Neuroradiology Fellowship Program for UW medical students, according to the release. He is a world-renowned expert in MRI scans, and is developing new methods to increase the sensitivity of scans to detect MS.

Silent auction items include Packers tickets and fine dining packages, according to the release.

The event is $50 per person and tickets must be purchased in advance, according to the release. Seating is limited so anyone interested in attending should contact Jordan Barclay at jordan.barclay@nmss.org or 262-369-4404.

The event is sponsored by UW Health, The Coopers Tavern, Capitol Chop House, Strand Associates, Sonic Foundry, Underground Food Collective, Famous Yeti’s Pizza, David and Nancy Walsh Foundation, Baker Tilly, Merchant and M3 Insurance.

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