From the organizers:
The North Alabama Agriplex Board and Foundation will host the 5th Annual Harvest to Home Local Foods Dinner and Silent Auction. This fundraising event will be catered by Chef John Wilson and the Wallace State Culinary Pride using locally sourced ingredients. FatBack Pig Project of Eva will be providing the pork, and bread will be produced by the Monks of St. Bernard Monastery in Cullman. Vegetables and fruits will be sourced directly from the Wallace State Small Farmer Training program and local farmers from North Alabama.
In support of the Alabama 200 celebration, the evening will focus on Stories of Alabama. The night will not only celebrate the bounty of North Alabama’s harvest, but also the talents of Alabama’s musicians through entertainment with the Wallace State Theater Department. Stories of the North Alabama Agriplex’s programming and outreach will also be featured through the evening, Billy and Jamie Troutman will be the Masters of the Ceremony for the evening. Look for local storytellers with their own Alabama tales.
Tickets are on sale now at $40 per ticket or $400 per corporate table of 8. They can be purchased at the North Alabama Agriplex, 1714 Talley Ho St, Cullman, or on-line at www.agriplex.org.
Alabama Farm Credit is the event sponsor for this evening. Trigreen and Wallace State College are also sponsors of the dinner.
The Silent Auction will feature locally made items from cakes to woodworking as well as garden and farm themed items. All proceeds from the dinner and auction will go to support the North Alabama Agriplex and its programs throughout North Alabama. About 225 people are expected in attendance at this event.
For more information, contact:
Rachel Dawsey, Director at the North Alabama Agriplex at 256-297-1044 or [email protected]
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