Sunday Farmhouse Dinner to Benefit Rye’s Goss Farm, September 30

Have dinner with your friends and neighbors and support a great cause! The Rye Farmers’ Market is having a dinner to benefit the Goss Farm on Sunday, September 30th, from 4 to 7 pm. Proceeds will help them continue their work building a community garden, and rehabilitate the barn to use for educational programs and other farm-related activities:

Sunday Farmhouse Dinner – A Benefit for Rye’s Goss Farm
124 Washington Road, Rye, NH
Sunday, September 30, 2012
4 – 7 pm

Enjoy the music of Chris O’Neill as dinner made from local farm ingredients is served under tents for a true community evening.

Menu items include cheese and fruit platter, butternut squash soup, farm fresh salad, roast chicken, Goss Farm potatoes, apple pie, and local winery wine! A vegetarian dish will be offered; please indicate when purchasing.

Tickets are $50.00 per person and can be purchased at the Rye Farmers’ Market (Wednesdays, 2:30 – 5:30 pm), Rye Town Hall or by calling Jaci Grote at (603) 235-6287 for more information.

All proceeds from the Farmhouse Dinner will go toward the restoration of the Goss Community Farm! Let’s work on keeping the legacy alive!

Gold Sponsor: Rye Energy Committee.

Silver Sponsors (listed alphabetically): Bentley-by-the-Sea Real Estate, Christine’s Crossing, Lang’s Corner Garage, Rolling Green, Rye Driftwood Garden Club

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