Dinner On The Farm January 2017

Dinner On The Farm January 2017

Thank you to our sponsors and guests for helping us to have another successful Dinner on the Farm!

January 29, 2017 | 4:00-7:00pm

Dinner On The Farm at North Florida School of Special EducationDinner on the Farm will be held on January 29, 2017 from 4:00-7:00pm. Guests will enjoy cocktails and dinner on our Arlington campus. As always, a delicious dinner will be prepared and served by our Transition and Post-graduate students. With the assistance of our school chef, Brett Swearingen, the culinary arts students will plan the evening’s menu to incorporate fresh, seasonal vegetables and herbs from the farm.

The evening will include delicious food, live music, and the sale of original artworks by students. All proceeds from Dinner on the Farm will benefit Berry Good Farms and its efforts to become a self-sustaining, micro-enterprise. The purpose of the horticulture and culinary arts programs is to provide meaningful training for careers in related fields. The horticulture and culinary arts programs gives students the tools for a healthier lifestyle and applicable training to retain compensated employment in our community.

This event is now sold out. Please contact Melanie Jensen via email mjensen@northfloridaschool.org or by phone at (904) 724-8323 ext 222 if you would like to be placed on a waiting list.

View or download the E-Vite for Dinner on the Farm 2017.

Special thanks to our sponsors:

Chupp Family Foundation