Crabtree Farms Has 100 Dinner July 18

Monday, June 15, 2020

Crabtree Farms will host its 100 Dinner on July 18, a yearly fundraiser for the farm.

The dinner will be from 6-9 p.m. at the Farm. 

This year, in light of the virus, tables of six versus individual seats are being sold. The long table is going to be broken up into 20 individual tables. This set up enables guests to know who they are eating with, and there can be appropriate social distancing.

Tables of six are $1,000.

For more information visit https://crabtreefarms.org/event/100-dinner-2/ or the Facebook event page

 


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