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Farm Dinners at Glynwood
Our iconic Farm Dinners are collaborations with mission-aligned chefs who serve meals that are emblematic of the Hudson Valley, using fresh ingredients from Glynwood and other regional farms and food producers. We host a ticketed event every month (September and December excluded). These intimate gatherings showcase culinary talent who are fully invested in seeing our region thrive, and who consider food to be an integral part of that effort. All ticket sales are final.
Glynwood Farm Dinners are a unique dining experience and, unlike traditional restaurant service, are often family style. Vegetarian meals are always available and we will do our best to accommodate dietary restrictions, but we are not a nut-free facility. Please keep in mind these are fixed menu events, not a la carte, thus, if you have strict food allergies please be aware that the chef may be unable to accommodate them. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED: GLYNWOOD FARM DINNERS ARE BYOB EVENTS.
For our overnight guests, each room is unique and assigned based on availability. Information on accommodations will be emailed to you in the days prior to the event.
In order to help people participate regardless of ability to pay, Glynwood is proud to offer a "Pay what you can" model for all of our public programs. This is a tool for building economic justice, and it requires your active participation. If a sliding scale is implemented effectively, everyone pays a similar percentage of their income for the same products or services.
Consider paying less on the scale if you…
- are supporting children or have other dependents
- have significant debt
- have medical expenses not covered by insurance
- have tuition/educational expenses
- receive public assistance
- have immigration related expenses
- are a senior citizen
Consider paying more on the scale if you…
- own the home you live in
- have investments, retirement accounts, inherited money
- travel recreationally
- have access to family money and resources in times of need
- work part time, by choice
- have a relatively high degree of earning power due to level of education (or gender and racial privilege, class background, etc.) Even if you are not currently exercising your earning power, we ask you to recognize this as a choice.
(Info on sliding scales courtesy of Underground Alchemy, Albany NY)
If you can, paying more than the listed amount for these programs helps support our work to transition to a healthier, more resilient and more just regional food system.
Please contact Glynwood’s Director of Events & Public Programs, Lauren Dellolio, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about our Farm Dinners or overnight farm stays.
TICKETS FOR THE OCTOBER FARM DINNER WILL GO ON SALE SEPTEMBER 24, 2020.
Just because our primary growing season is winding down and the Northeast is bedding down for the season, doesn't mean that local food is not longer abundant in the Hudson Valley. Evan Mallet is a James Beard semi-finalist for Best Chef in the Northeast with a focus on the hyper local and seasonal and emphasis on foraging. For this special dinner Evan will be working with a combination of local produce and protein along with the bounty of the fall, local product foraged on site here at Glynwood. For some added fun, join us the previous day, October 23rd to forage for your dinner with Evan on Glynwood's property (registration is separate, please check Glynwood's calendar)
For this dinner Director of Glynwood's Farm Lynda Prim will share some words on biodiversity and soil health and resilience in agriculture as it relates to regional cuisine, as well.
As we did last year, all our public programs are pay-what-you-can pricing. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED: GLYNWOOD FARM DINNERS ARE BYOB EVENTS.