Sustain Supper benefiting the Homeless Garden Project
Join us for our second Sustain Supper benefitting the Homeless Garden Project on Saturday, October 22nd! Join us on our organic farm for a gourmet 4-course dinner prepared by exceptional chefs and engaging talks, including our keynote speaker, Novella Carpenter, author of the bestselling memoir, Farm City, The Essential Urban Farmer and more!
Appetizer: Mark Denham, Soif
Dessert: Stephen Beaumier and Katy Oursler, Mutari Chocolate
Beer from Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing. - Amber Ale
Coffee / Tea from Alta Organic Coffee & Tea Company
Lemonade & Water will also be available.
Music from Bryn Loosely & The Back Pages
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I sponsor a table for for group?
Yes! Please contact Homeless Garden Project Development Director, Paul Goldberg to receive more information about sponsoring a table! Call (831) 426-3609, ext 13 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When will the menu be posted?
Our Sustain Suppers focus on creating a unique and exciting menu, highlighting fresh local produce and meats throughout each course. Our featured chefs create one course each reflecting their specialities and seasonal produce available from the Homeless Garden Project farm. You can continue to visit the website for menu updates!
How are dietary restrictions accomodated?
Our Events Committee and featured chefs work diligently to craft a delectable vegan or meat option for you to enjoy at the Sustain Supper! If you have any dietary restrictions you would like us to be aware of you are able to note them when purchasing your ticket, we will be in touch if we need further information.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the Sustain Supper?
Parking across the street from the farm will be available. An email with parking instructions will be sent the week of the event!
What should I wear to the Sustain Supper?
We say you wear something that makes you feel fabulous! The Sustain Supper is an outdoor event at our Natural Bridges farm. A light jacket, sunglasses and comfortable shoes are recommended.