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Tahoe City’s inaugural Farm to Table Dinner

Special to the Sun

TAHOE CITY, Calif. – Tahoe City’s first-ever Farm to Table Dinner will take place on beautiful Commons Beach on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, Tuesday, July 19, 6-9 p.m., Tahoe City includes passed hors d’oeuvres and a four-course dinner featuring produce from the Foothill Farmer’s Market. Dinner will be prepared by celebrated local chefs in order to benefit the Tahoe City Downtown Association’s management of the Tahoe City Farmer’s Market.

Tickets are $125 per person, $1,600 for one of three VIP Tables (seats 10) available through http://www.visittahoecity.com and at Wolfdale’s Restaurant in Tahoe City.

Proceeds will sustain the TCDA’s ability to present vibrant community events and services, such as the beloved Foothill Farmers Market. This exclusive, elegant event will be limited to 100 guests will be treated to creations by Douglas Dale of Wolfdale’s, Scott Yorkey of Jake’s, David Lutz of Evergreen and Andrew Schimer of Christy Hill. Live entertainment will include local musicians the After Eights.

The chefs jumped at the chance to help the market. “Even if I weren’t cooking, I wouldn’t miss it,” said Wolfdale’s Chef and owner Douglas Dale. “It’s going to be a great summer evening event on the beach with local chefs and local Farmer’s Market food.”

To learn more about the Tahoe City Downtown Association or to get involved in what we do for the community, visit http://www.visittahoecity.org or ‘LIKE’ the Tahoe City Downtown Association’s Facebook page.

The Tahoe City Downtown Association’s mission is to enhance and promote a vibrant and prosperous commercial and social center for residents of and visitors to Tahoe City. The TCDA partners with the Tahoe City Public Utility District to ensure that key events and programs like Farmer’s Market, Concerts at Commons Beach, and the Fourth of July Fireworks Show are sustainable and continue to enhance the quality of life in Tahoe City for locals, visitors and vendors alike.

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