Local Bounty to host second annual dinner

| September 2, 2014

COSHOCTON – Local Bounty is hosting an evening of mingling with friends, live entertainment, and fresh locally-grown food during its second annual Farm to Table event on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 6:30 p.m. The dinner will be in the century-old bank barn at the Carson House Farm north of Keene.

“It’s to take an evening to celebrate everything that’s local,” said Marissa Mullet of Local Bounty.

Bob McKenna will be preparing locally-grown foods including lamb and chicken with a vegetarian option also available. The evening’s meal will be paired with wine from Shawnee Springs. This three-course dinner will be served family style on vintage Chinaware. Jeremy Timmons will provide live entertainment on his violin.

“It’s just an opportunity to sit and relax and chat with neighbors and friends,” said Mullet. “It’s an evening to set everything else aside and sit back and appreciate all we have here.”

Tickets are still available and are $50 for members of Local Bounty and $75 for non-members. All money raised will go to Local Bounty to help fund their educational classes and their everyday operations.

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