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The Sylvia Center’s 10th Annual Farm to Table Dinner 

Last Updated: 06/29/2017 10:16 am
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For the last decade, The Sylvia Center’s programs in Columbia County have engaged youth in every step of the story of food from seed to plate, showing them the joys of growing, preparing, and sharing fresh food together. These programs teach skills that inspire young people to establish independent healthy eating habits — so that they may lead healthy and productive lives. This year, The Sylvia Center celebrates its 10th Anniversary. Between programs in Columbia County and New York City, over 20,000 students have been to the farm and taken classes since 2007.

Join hundreds of Sylvia Center supporters at the Annual Farm to Table Dinner on July 15th in the fields of Katchkie Farm. This year, the event includes a seasonal dinner prepared by Great Performances, garden-inspired cocktails, a silent auction with curated experiences from the area’s finest restaurants and farms, live music and dancing! Your support will enable thousands more young people and their families to enjoy a beautiful day in nature, delicious meals they prepare themselves, collaboration and new friendships.

This event is less than one month away -- and tickets are selling fast! We hope you'll join us this year for an unforgettable dinner. For more information, please visit: FTTDinner.com or email us at: events@sylviacenter.org
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