Tickets On Sale For Crabtree Farms' Annual Fundraiser

Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Tickets are on sale for Crabtree Farms’ 3nd annual The 100 Dinner, a unique dinner in the fields of Crabtree Farms with music, wine, beer and local food on Saturday, June 15 at 6 p.m. This special meal for 100 people features local food from within 100 miles of Chattanooga, with delicious dishes grilled on site by Chef Charlie Loomis of Elemental, Chef Daniel Lindley of St. John’s, Alleia, and St. John’s Meeting Place, Chef Erik Niel of Easy Bistro and Bar, and Chef Eric Taslimi of Chattanooga Food Venutres.
  Entertainment includes bluegrass music from Chattanooga favorites, Lou Wamp and Swing Shift.  A silent auction of local goods will take place during the dinner.  Beer from Chattanooga Brewing Company, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are provided with ticket cost of $100.  All proceeds go to fund Crabtree Farms’ educational and outreach programs.


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