We are delighted to bring the Farm to Table Dinner experience to our inland community this fall, to help keep school gardens open throughout the county.
Eat Mendocino Presents a Farm to Table Harvest Feast
Hosted at Black Oak Coffee Roasters (476 N. State Street, Ukiah)
Saturday November 9th, 2013
Join us for a 100% Mendocino-grown harvest dinner paired with local wine and coffee
6:00 pm: Open wine bar & behind-the-scenes tour of the roasting room
6:30 pm: Dinner begins
This is a benefit to help save Mendocino County’s School Gardens. We will be raising funds for the Garden Enhanced Nutrition Education (GENE) program, to support a healthy, fresh food future for the children in our community.
Tickets will be available at Black Oak Coffee Roasters and Westside Renaissance Market in Ukiah. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
$50 advance/$55 at the door
Contact Sarah for more info (707) 593-6135
Read more about the funding crisis for Mendocino County School Gardens and learn what you can do about it (in addition to coming to the dinner!)
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Hey, What is the location of the dinner? Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 19:03:25 +0000 To: email@example.com
It will be at Black Oak Coffee Roasters (476 N. State Street, Ukiah)