One of a Kind IDO Fundraiser at Tyner Pond Farms, Sept 10

 

IDO is holding a gala dinner under the stars at Tyner Pond Farm near Greenfield, IN on September 10. This elegant yet rustic event will help to raise funds that will help strengthen and support Irvington’s commercial district which focuses on recruiting quality businesses to the Irvington area. The event will also introduce Irvington to Chris and Amy Baggott, owners of Tyner Pond Farm and two soon-to-open restaurants on South Audubon Road, The Mug and Griggsby’s Station, and their natural farming processes and high-quality meats. The Baggotts have become leaders in sustainable food production, distribution, and preparation. Their restaurants in Greenfield are getting rave reviews, and we’re very excited to welcome them to Irvington!tyner pond farm2

The harvest menu will be prepared by Chef Lawrence Scully (of Pi food truck) and feature seasonal, local produce including wines and beers. Jazz musician favorite Charlie Ballantine (named “Best Jazz Musician” of 2015 by NUVO magazine) will also perform. All attendees will be eligible to win a two-night stay at the fabulous Tyner Pond Farmhouse on a date to be agreed upon. Farm animals ARE included!

Come join us at what will certainly be an entertaining, enlightening, and filling evening while supporting the Irvington Development Organization and YOUR local businesses. Ticket cost is $100, and can be purchased through Eventbrite  here.

We are also looking for volunteers to set up, serve, and clean up after the event. If you’re interested in helping in a more direct, in-kind way, contact margaret@irvingtondevelopment.org.

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About Irvington Development Organization

Irvington Development Organization, founded in 2002, works for the benefit of Irvington by cultivating positive business development, promoting the unique character of our neighborhood and enhancing the quality of life for residents and visitors. Irvington is a historic community on the East Side of Indianapolis known for its winding, tree-lined streets and architecturally significant homes and businesses. To donate to IDO or become a member click here.



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