2nd Annual Farm to Table Fundraiser Dinner

Farm to Table Dinner Tix

Tickets are now on sale for our 2017 Farm to Table Dinner and we are pleased to announce that Kelly Dial, chef at Heirloom Mobile Kitchen, has donated her talents to our event. As many are aware, this is our major fundraising event of the year. We have been encouraged by the recent outpouring of support from the community and look forward to continuing to build those bonds.  We are seeking sponsors for this year dinner and are asking the community to once again help sustain your market. We have multiple levels of sponsorship available including corporate and individual sponsorships. So you can help “Bring Home the Bacon” ($2500+ level), Run with the Ramps ($1500 level), Holler with the Hens ($1000 level), Frolick with the Farmers ($500 level), or become a Friend of the Market with the purchase of the FOM ticket which includes 1 ticket and a one year FOM membership for $100.

We also are looking for volunteers to set up, serve, clear, and tear down. This event proved to be looks of fun for those who worked last year and we expect to see many of familiar faces this year, but we definitely welcome those who wish to participate in this great event. We will have sign ups (coming soon) and each volunteer will receive the limited edition T-shirt (available to volunteers only) and we will, of course, feed you before the event.

Tickets are available (but limited to 100) at the market and are priced at $75 each. Ticket includes dinner with wine, social hour, and live entertainment. While the dinner menu is currently under development, but I can tell you that we have partnered with Crawford Farms to provide the Pork Tenderloin for the main entree.  Vegetarian options will be available if you make arrangements when yo purchase your tickets.  Needless to say, the dinner will consist of the freshest local food available and will surely please.

We are also working on some additional special things that will be announced soon. Watch our Facebook page and website for updates.

 

BethAnn Earl

A retired Navy Veteran who is finding solace in farming and helping to build local food sustainability. Together with my hubby, we farm 108 acres in southern Ohio.

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About BethAnn Earl

A retired Navy Veteran who is finding solace in farming and helping to build local food sustainability. Together with my hubby, we farm 108 acres in southern Ohio.
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