Goodell Gardens Hosts Homegrown Dinner

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at 3:45 PM
Goodell Gardens Hosts Homegrown Dinner by Alex Bieler
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Goodell Gardens will treat some lucky Erieites to a true farm-to-table dining experience Friday, Sept. 11 when the Edinboro establishment hosts their Homegrown Dinner.

Diners will be treated to a lovely night of food and fun, as Goodell Gardens and BabyBlue Modern Catering will present five courses of delicious dishes and the stories of the regional farms that grew the ingredients. In addition to providing edible entertainment, the night will serve as a preview to the Harvest Festival Art Show and feature live music. Don’t wait too long before getting your ticket, as only a limited number of spots are available for the event. – Alex Bieler

6 to 10 p.m. // 221 Waterford St., Edinboro // goodellgardens.com

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