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Destination Carlisle's Farm-to-Table Downtown for Charity

Destination Carlisle's Farm-to-Table Downtown for Charity

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On Friday, October 18, 2019, come join Destination Carlisle for our first-ever Farm-to-Table for Charity fundraising event that will kick off our Destination Carlisle's Halloweekend. Chef Duane Miller, Executive Chef at Cafe Bruges, and Maria Ntzanis of Grazery will be preparing a seasonally appropriate, four-course dinner, using fresh ingredients provided by local farms, that will delight any foodie. Our dinner will be hosted outside under the stars in Cumberland County Historical Society's Pocket Park, complete with string lights and candles, and will be served by downtown small business owners. After our dinner concludes, TimeWalker Tours will be taking our guests on a complimentary guided ghost tour of downtown Carlisle.

This unique experience will benefit The Salvation Army of Carlisle, PA's Stuart House Project and Destination Carlisle's ongoing work to improve the downtown business district. In the event of inclement weather, our dinner will be moved inside to Todd Hall at the historical society. Socializing begins at 6:00 PM while our dinner begins promptly at 6:30 PM in the park beside 21 North Pitt Street. Please enter through the parking lot entrance of the Pocket Park. Tickets are $100 each (plus service fees) and will include the dinner, wine, beer, hard cider, and the ghost tour. Cancellations or changes must be made prior to October 8, 2019, to be eligible for a refund, which will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

This event is made possible by support from Pecan Meadows Farm, Dickinson College Farm, Earth Springs Farm, Keswick Creamery, Honey Bee Friendly, Talking Breads, Cafe Bruges, The Vault, Cumberland County Historical Society, Burd's Nest Brewing, Castlerigg Wine Shop, Grand Illusion Hard Cider, Georgie Lou's Retro Candy, TimeWalker Tours, and Carlisle Financial Group.

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Destination Carlisle's Farm-to-Table Downtown for Charity