Dinner will be held Sunday, September 24, from 4:30pm to 7:00pm. When guests arrive they will be escorted to the vintage barn to look around, find a seat, and enjoy a few refreshments. We will sit down for the first course at 5:00pm. Our long, communal dining table encourages conversation among dinner guests. The slow-food nature of the meal allows guests to wander the barn between courses and chat with the local musicians. The evening will come to a close with a dessert concert at sunset.
Tickets are $60 per seat, and must be purchased in advance. You can reserve your seat with payment through Paypal at FarmFreshDinner@gmail.com, or emailing Amanda Harris directly at email@example.com.
Chef Taylor Feury will also make herself available in Lewisburg, if you prefer to meet us face-to-face to purchase your ticket in cash. Taylor can be reached at (304) 647-0093.
Tickets are limited so be sure to reserve your spot early!
Online Purchase: https://www.paypal.com/myaccount/transfer/send
Login to Paypal, select the friends and family option, and send payment to Amanda at FarmFreshDinner@gmail.com
For more information please call Amanda at (301) 742-0960 or Taylor at (304) 647-0093
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/265538963951525/
A Few Things to Consider
While we strive to create an elegant, peaceful and delicious evening for our guests, this is a working farm and most meals are served outdoors. Outdoor events are subject to the elements, to unfamiliar farm smells, and insects. If outside conditions become challenging, we will do our best to change the dining environment.
Dress is very flexible. We encourage you to dress comfortably, “farm-fancy” or casual, and most importantly, appropriately for the weather of the day.
We can not offer alcoholic beverages at this time, but encourage you to BYOB! We will provide coolers with ice for your convenience, and make available varying sized glassware.
Accommodations for special dietary needs, food allergies, vegetarian preferences, etc. can be arranged, but must be states with the purchase of the seats. Due to the rustic cooking conditions, selected themes, and seasonal ingredient availability, last minute accommodations can not be guaranteed.
As a cancellation policy, your seat is transferable, but not refundable. If you are in a real bind, we understand. Send us an email with at least 48 hours notice and we’ll try to save you a seat at the next dinner.
A Special Note
Among our goals as enthusiastic farmers is to explore new and interesting ways to connect people to food and community. The casual dining atmosphere, and seasonal, farm to table dinner will allow us to gather with new faces, break bread, and share in creative conversations. We hope it is something you come to enjoy regularly also.
The money raised with each dinner is invested close to home, by way of purchasing from local, family farms, and supporting agricultural education opportunities at Sprouting Farms. The purchase of your ticket will directly contribute to the growth and well being of our farm and farm team.
Check back soon for the menu!
Join Us September 24, 2017 from 4:30-7:00pm
Farm to Table Dinner
Come share an evening on the farm with us! For the first of our farm to table dinner series we created a seasonal, multi-course meal. Many of the ingredients used were grown organically at Sprouting Farms, and the herbs, fruits, and animal products come from family farms tucked away in the hills of West Virginia. To our delight, Greenbrier Valley’s own dueling rock fiddler, Adam DeGraff, and violinist Morgan Weidinger will perform a dessert concert to round out the evening.