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Savor the Season at the Farm to Table Dinner and Auction

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Savor the Season at the Farm to Table Dinner and Auction

Tickets are now on sale to Marion Polk Food Share’s Farm to Table Dinner and Auction, presented by Bonaventure Senior Living. The event celebrates the rich agricultural and culinary bounty in our region on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at the beautiful Oregon Garden in Silverton.

This event will take place against the backdrop of the rustic elegance of the Oregon Garden’s Grand Hall. The gourmet dinner will showcase the finest offerings from local farms expertly prepared by Chef Daryl Gossack at Loustic Catering. Live music will be provided by the Seymour Baker Band.

“This event is a celebration of the incredible food that’s grown right here in the Willamette Valley,” said Rick Gaupo, President of Marion Polk Food Share. “It’s a great way to enjoy great food and company and also support an important cause.”

Tickets are on sale now for $85 before June 17 and $95 after. You can purchase tickets online or by calling 503-581-3855. All proceeds will benefit the Food Share and their mission to end local hunger.

This event is presented by Bonaventure Senior Living with support from Capitol Subaru, Collier Law, Lenity Architecture, Fitzmaurice Fertilizer, Green Acres Landscape, Grove, Mueller & Swank PC, FastSigns, Heritage Grove Federal Credit Union and Salem Electric.

About Marion Polk Food Share

Marion Polk Food Share is the regional food bank leading the fight to end hunger in the communities of Marion and Polk counties.  Local support makes it possible for the Food Share to collect and distribute nutritious food to more than 100 partner programs, including food pantries, meal sites, foster homes, low-income day care centers, shelters and senior housing sites.  More than 40,000 people, including 14,000 children, receive emergency food each month through the Food Share partner network.  The Food Share also supports programs to address the root causes of hunger.

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