Southern Indiana Community Farm Hosts Final “Twilight” Benefit Dinner of the Year
Seton Harvest is a "community-supported agriculture initiative" that uses its land on Evansville's westside to grow delicious and healthy produce, and they freely share that food with the poor and hungry throughout the community. In 2022, Seton Harvest donated over 11,000 pounds of fresh produce to shelters, food banks, and church pantries, bringing the total donations to 149,000 pounds in 17 years.
As you can imagine, it is not easy or cheap to run a farm that grows that amount of produce each year, and it is vitally important for those who are able to help Seton Harvest financially to do so. One delicious way you can help is by purchasing tickets to one (or both) of Seton Harvest's annual Twilight Dinners.
Farm-to-Table Twilight Dinner Benefit Details
The next Twilight Dinner (and the final one of 2023) is happening this Saturday, October 14, at Seton Harvest (9400 New Harmony Road in Evansville). The delicious, sit-down Farm-to-Table meal will be provided by April Boeke from Culinary Innovations, and for a special treat, dessert will be prepared by the students from the EVSC Culinary Arts Department. Beverages will be provided by Working Distributors.
Here is the rest of the information you need...
- All tickets are non-refundable
- This is a RAIN or SHINE event.
- Gates open at 6:00 p.m.
- Farm Tours 6:00-6:30 p.m.
- Dinner Served 6:45 p.m.
- Live Musical entertainment 7:30-10:30 p.m.
Proceeds from the Twilight Dinner support the farm's continued commitment to donating 20% of the annual harvest to food banks, homeless shelters, and church pantries.
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