[Food purveyors will be on hand for a benefit for the St. Charles History Museum.]
The event also will feature a 50/50 split-the-pot raffle, a raffle for a diamond necklace valued at $1,200 donated by State Street Jewelers in Geneva, and a live auction including food and event packages, plus a trip to Nashville.
Fewer restaurants will take part than previously, Costanzo said.
"It's not because they didn't want to, but because they were shorthanded," she said. "We just tried to be creative and bring Ron in. And we have Rosie and The Rivets. It still will be a wonderful event with great food, great music and a great live auction. We're really excited about how the event has evolved."
The St. Charles History Museum's biggest fundraiser, it last year raised more than $20,000, which is a third of the museum's operating budget.
More than 300 people attended in 2018, and Costanzo expects a similar crowd this year. The fundraiser will support the museum's operations and its mission of collecting, preserving and presenting the history of St. Charles.
The museum is projecting to spend $162,675 this year, and is receiving $44,000 in financial help from the city this year.
"The rest we've got to make up ourselves," she said.