Solstice Supper 2019
June 20 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us at the Mill and Mine for a celebration of CAC Beardsley Community Farm at our annual farm to table benefit, Solstice Supper. The event is presented by Y-12 Federal Credit Union and will raise funds for the farm’s operating budget to provide sustainably grown produce to those in need in Knoxville.
6:00 pm Meet and greet, hors d’oeuvres, and silent auction
6:45 pm Dinner
8:30pm Dessert and silent auction closes
Solstice Supper is a four-course collaboration between Chef Jeff Dealejandro of OliBea, Chef Jessie Newmister of Tako Taco, Chef Winter Hose of Knox Burrito, and Owner Nolan Sherrill of the Phoenix Pharmacy. The supper will include Beardsley’s own sustainably grown produce.
About beverages: Guests are welcome to bring their own wine. We will have water and coffee available as well as a limited selection of wine donated from Downtown Wine and Sprits and Corks Wine and Sprits.
Attire: Business Casual
A HUGE THANK YOU to our presenting sponsor, Y-12 Federal Credit Union, and our media sponsors: WUOT, WUTK, and WDVX.
$220—–Half Table of 4 ($55 a seat)
$400—–Table of 8 ($50 a seat)
$1,000—-Business Sponsor (Includes a table of 8 for your team and promotion of your business or organization during event).
Special requests: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any dietary restrictions, and for any special seating requests (i.e., You would like to sit with friends who purchased separate tickets).
Silent Auction: Attendees will have an opportunity to bid on silent auction items. Many local businesses have generously donated prizes thus far, and we are accepting more donations.
Street parking is available along West Depot Avenue and surrounding streets. The closest public parking lot is under the I-40 overpass at the corner of E. Magnolia Avenue and Williams Street. The lot is a 3-5-minute walk from the venue.
About CAC Beardsley Farm:
CAC Beardsley Community Farm has promoted food security and sustainable urban agriculture through practice, education, and community outreach for 20 years. Beardsley Farm grows and donates over 10,000 pounds of produce annually to local food pantries, and a women’s shelter. The farm additionally offers extensive child, youth, and adult education programming on growing food organically. We also offer 30 free garden plots for members of our local community and host an urban fruit orchard in Malcolm Martin Park.
To learn more, information please call 546.8446 or email email@example.com.