It’s going to be here before we know it. Farm to Table 2016 will feature a delicious menu in a fantastic atmosphere. The event is being held at the Oak Ridge House at 111 South 8th Street.
Here is the menu:
Assorted drinks will also be served.
Semi-formal dress is perfectly fine. Some diners will be seated inside and some will be seated outside in a beautiful, shaded area. Music will be playing to set the mood and everyone can have a good time.
This is a great fundraiser for Ironton aLive. We use our funds for different projects that are designed to improve Ironton. Not only do we do events, but we also work with the business community on business enhancement and collaborate on design projects that help improve the appearance of the city. A city that shows its pride is a city that is more attractive to new business. Farm to Table is another way in which the community can help us continue our forward momentum.
Tickets are $50 and they can be purchased at Printing Express or Unger’s. Each diner gets one of these unique plates as well:
Additional plates can be purchased for $20 each and there will be a silent auction for an entire set. These plates will not be made again, as this is Lawrence County’s Bicentennial. Next year will be a different theme, so you can collect these plates from year-to-year.
We hope to see you three and want to thank you for your support! We also want to thank Oak Ridge House, BC Tool Rental, Cooke’s Farm Center, the vendors of the Ironton Farmer’s Market, Dickess’s Market, St. Joe High School, Friends of Ironton, Cindy Barnes of Peddler’s Home Cooking, The Holiday Inn Express and Suites, and Printing Express.