By Luke Putvin

On February 19, dozens were at Navi’s Catering Kitchen for their tasting and tour event. They do this sort of event the third Wednesday of every month.

“It’s our way to welcome our community into our venue; this is our home, in a sense. We want to reflect what we can offer, not only in services but in experiences,” said Ashley Hayes, sales manager.

Navi’s Catering Kitchen holds events of all kinds from children’s birthday parties, corporate events, meetings, small wedding receptions and more. Additionally, they do cooking classes, like their keto cooking class on February 29. One of the raffles up for grabs was in-home dining with Chef Navi where he comes to you and makes food.

Hayes’ favorite part of these tasting and tour events is the connection. “I’m a relationship person, so I like to connect with people. These are my clients, but they’re also my friends. They become people I stay in touch with, like venue owners I go grab coffee with. It’s amazing.”

She hoped people met new friends. The tables held eight, and Hayes said that many people there didn’t know each other. “Hopefully everyone leaves with new friends and keeps in touch,” she said.

For more information about Navi’s Catering Kitchen, visit www.NavisCateringKitchen.com.

Erin Freeman

I graduated from Washington State University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a specialization in rhetoric and professional writing. I also received a minor in political science. I joined the Lynnwood Times in February of 2020. To me, community newspapers affirm a sense of community by connecting people through the coverage of local stories and current events.

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