Whole Foods Market Hosts Free Cheese Tastings Tonight

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There's only one thing better than cheese and that's free cheese. That's why Cheese Nights at Whole Foods is turning us on so much.

This totally free event is happening tonight at Whole Foods Market in Fort Lauderdale and if you're a cheese lover you've got to come out and get your cheese on.

This evening, April 1 (this is no April Fool's, by the way), at 6 p.m. you'll get to learn about and sample cheese. Ever wonder how to choose the right cheese? You'll become an expert in the art of choosing the perfect one. The focus of this Cheese Nights event, which is held quarterly, is raw cheeses.

This event is free but registration is required and seating is limited. To register call 954-398-2000.

You're going to need something to wash all that cheese down with, so make plans to attend WFM's Thirsty Thursdays event this Thursday, April 3 from 5:30 to 7 p.m., where you'll be able to taste a selection of wines and beers, paired with small plates of food. Thirsty Thursdays are held every first Thursday of the month and attendance is free, but reserved to 20 attendees, so call (954) 398-2000 to save your spot!

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