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HARVEST DINNER DETAILS
Dear Friends and Neighbors:
Together with Friends of Lachat, we are excited to host this special evening to benefit the Lachat Town Farm.
All food served is organically and sustainably grown -- and GMO free. We have sourced 80% of the meal and hors d'oeuvres from our organic, local farms and producers: Chestnut Hill Farm; Dirt Road Farm; Gilbertie's Organic Herbs; The Hickories; Red Bee Apiary; Reservoir Community Garden; and Wells Hill Farm. The evening's menu will be crafted and prepared by Chef Gerard Clinton of the Aspetuck Country Club.
Dress Code:Dressy Casual [with comfortable shoes or flats for field walking and dancing]. Should we encounter inclement weather, bring rain jackets and umbrellas. We will have a tent.
Address & Parking: 43 Wells Hill Road, Weston. Park on right side of the street facing uphill and follow lanterns to back field (perhaps bring a small flashlight).
Kindly mail checks in advance to:FRIENDS OF LACHAT, 43 Wells Hill Road, Weston, CT 06883. A portion of each ticket will be tax-deductible.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, September 13th.
Our warmest regards, Michelle Fracasso & Jonathan Spitzer wellshillfarm@ gmail.com
Community Garden Info
Learn, share, and get started taking care of your community garden bed.
"Ready to Plant" Plots: 4'-by-7' 4'-by-12' 4'-by-20'
Please contact Kim Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a plot. Plots will be assigned on a first-come, first serve basis and we anticipate there will be enough plots for all applicants this year. Those with financial hardship, please speak to a Lachat Committee member about reduced fees or waivers.
The Lachat Farmhouse (David Godfrey House, c. 1770) is now on the CT State Register of Historic Places!
The 1772 Foundation just awarded a $15,000 grant for crucial roof and chimney repairs.
Friends of Lachat | What's a farm without a farmhouse?