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Please join us for our annual Fundraiser Dinner and Show held at One Acre Café on December 6, 2016.
This event raises much needed funds to sustain this community resource and help One Acre Café continue in their mission to nourish the body, replenish the spirit, and grow the community so that all might be fed.
For a donation of $30 per person, you will enjoy a delicious three course dinner featuring a traditional French Beef Bourguignon prepared by One Acre Cafe’s Chef, Amy Stout. After enjoying a delicious dessert, we will sit back and experience East Tennessee’s own Ed Snodderly as he entertains us with “a singular modern Appalachian style you won’t soon forget.”!
Ed will also have his new cd available to purchase at the event.
A limited number of seats are available!
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All seats will be reserved.
Doors will open at 5:30 pm
Dinner will be served promptly at 6:00 pm
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One Acre Cafe
One Acre Café is located at 603 West Walnut Street in downtown Johnson City, TN. The café was established to further address the escalating issues of hunger and food insecurity in our community. One Acre Cafe utilizes the model provided by the One World Everybody Eats Foundation joining the growing family of more than forty other community cafes across the country. This progressive model is new to the Johnson City area and will be a great addition to the plans for downtown revitalization.
One Acre Café offers our community healthy and nutritious food in a warm and inviting space. There are suggested donations for those who can pay or pay it forward and the ability to volunteer in exchange for a meal for those who cannot. Our café offers a passionate, skilled chef who works with local farmers to produce amazing cuisine.
You are the staff! Our volunteers are integral to running the day to day operations of One Acre Café. Whether you are volunteering for your meal or simply giving your time, it is the “coming together” of community that creates the heart of the café.