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St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Live Music!
March 14, 2012Posted by on
March 14, 2012..
THE ST. PATRICKS DAY LOCALVORE DINNER IS SOLD OUT!
You are more than welcome to join us for music and drinks starting at 7 pm.
We will be having a variety of other seasonal/ farm sourced dinners throughout the spring, summer, and fall. ‘Subscribe’ to this blog to be notified.
After the grafting workshop– we’ll be having a farm-sourced St. Patricks Day dinner and live music! Feel free tojoin us for a ‘Céilidh‘!
Chris Dorman, our good friend and fellow organic farmer (Bread and Butter Farm) will be performing his unique ‘Heartfelt Folk’, a sound and talent hard to put words to. We’re honored to host this world-touring, professionally recorded, and renown gifted musician and composer right here in Johnson! Check out video of one of our favorites ‘Family Farm’ here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyc9xpgxC1Q and view his website here: http://chrisdormanmusic.com/press
Our guest chef, Emily Wheeler, will be preparing an entirely local Corned Beef dinner. She has been brining freshly-harvested organic grass-pastured beef from our friends and neighbors at Applecheek Farm, with veggies from Foote Brook Organic Farm, Blackwell Roots, and grown here at Willow Crossing.
We’ll also have beer from either Hill Farmstead Brewery or Rock Art. We won’t be dying it green… but you can bring a green tinted glass if you’d like! ; -)
The dinner will be served at 6, and the music will begin at 7. You are more than welcome to enjoy the music and beer, regardless of whether you’ll be eating with us. A donation is suggested to help pay Chris and for the keg.
The dinner is a minimum suggested donation of $20 (including beer), and we need to know exactly how many people we’ll be serving as soon as possible.
Again, we’re looking forward to having you out and kicking off the spring with our first party of the year!
Keith and Family