It’s that wonderful time of the year when we are busily scurrying around doing a 1,000 things at once. Amidst the hectic activity of life, it’s also a time to think about those less fortunate. This Thursday evening, December 2, you can have an enjoyable evening out, partake of a 5 course farm-to-table paired meal, with local wines, and at the same time benefit an organization in need of your support.
I’m talking about the Chef’s Collaborative dinner at The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm which will feature the organic restaurant’s cooking talents of Chef Christopher Edwards with his neighboring Loudoun chefs, Aaron McCloud (Vintage Restaurant Group), Patrick Dinh (Tuscarora Mill), and Mark Morrocco ( Magnolias at the Mill).
The evening will benefit INMED Partnerships for Children, an international humanitarian organization that rescues children from the immediate and irreversible harm of disease, hunger, abuse, neglect or violence, and prepares them to shape a brighter future for themselves and the next generation. INMED will use the proceeds from the event to establish a greenhouse organic gardening system at the Loudoun County Homeless and Transitional Housing Shelters. This will provide learning opportunities in gardening and healthy eating, as well as year-round nutritious food for children and their families.
A few seats are still available. Hurry, call 703-729-4951, ext. 227.