Farmhouse Dinners — Benefit for Goss Farm, September 28 & 29

Farmhouse Dinners — Benefit for Goss Farm
Goss Community Farm, 124 Washington Rd, Rye, NH

Dining Options:
1. Chicken ($50 per person): Saturday, September 28, 2013, 6-9 PM
2. Lobster ($75 per person): Sunday, September 29, 2013, 5-8 PM
3. Both evenings for $100 per person

Saturday Menu:
*Roasted chicken
Potatoes, Butternut Squash Soup, Garden Salad, Dinner rolls
Apple Pie

Sunday Menu:
Potatoes, Corn, Cole Slaw, Dinner rolls

Cheese and Fruit Appetizers at Cocktail Pavilion
Local wine or beer — 2 glasses per person

*A vegetarian dish will be offered. Please indicate when purchasing tickets.

Enjoy the music of Sam Southworth on Saturday and Chris O’Neill on Sunday as dinner made from local farm ingredients is served under tents for a true community evening!

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

All proceeds from the farmhouse dinner will go towards the restoration of Goss Community Farm! Let’s work on keeping the legacy alive!

Gold Sponsor: Rye Energy Committee
Silver Sponsors (listed alphabetically): Applecrest Orchard Farms, Bentley-by-the-Sea Real Estate,
Buttermilk Baking Co., Catamount Farms, Christine’s Crossing, Lang’s Corner Garage, Throwback Brewery, and Zach’s Farm

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