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2nd Annual A Winter's Harvest

To Benefit Our BUGS Program

Monday, December 11, 2017
6:00 - 9:00pm

Waterfront Kitchen
1417 Thames Street, Baltimore, 21231

Please join us for an intimate evening at Waterfront Kitchen with a cocktail hour and chef's dinner highlighting the season's local harvest, to benefit the students of our BUGS (Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students) after-school program.

A Winter's Harvest Menu

Cocktail hour and passed hors d'oeuvres followed by seated dinner

1st Course

(Choice of)
Greenhouse Salad
greenhouse greens, cucumber, tomato, candied pear, egg, and goat cheese served with lemon white balsamic vinaigrette

Traditional Corn Chowder
garnished with duck fat potatoes

2nd Course
(Choice of)
Rosemary Lemon Chicken
sauteed kale, bourbon glazed carrots
Beef Shortrib
garlic mashed potatoes, bourbon carrots
House-made Fettuccine Pasta
pesto, oyster mushroom, asparagus, pistachio, orange zest

3rd Course
Ode to Baltimore

rich chocolate cake, beer cream, caramel popcorn dusted in old bay
Apple Cobbler
served with vanilla bean ice cream

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About BUGS

The Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students (BUGS) Program works with children from under-served Baltimore City communities throughout the year with an after-school and summer program. The program's primary goal is to empower and inspire our children to develop academically, creatively, and socially.

The BUGS program serves 2nd-5th grade students from Commodore John Rodgers Elementary and Middle School in East Baltimore. Many of our students reside in public housing and low-income neighborhoods with little access to green space and few extra-curricular activities available to them. The program engages youth in learning while providing them with a safe and healthy alternative to the streets.

BUGS is a national model program that uses activities such as cooking, gardening, creative arts and movement, and STEM projects to help increase academic performance in reading and math and improve student behavior. The program provides a dynamic learning environment at Living Classrooms East Harbor campus, with access to vegetable and flower gardens planted by the students, and the only wetlands on Baltimore's Inner Harbor.

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Tickets

Individual Tickets - $125
Private Tables of 6 - $2,000
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Purchase Tickets Online

Sponsorship Information

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Unique sponsorship opportunities are available for those who wish to leave their mark on our East Harbor Campus and a lasting impact on our students. Please support this national model program serving Baltimore City youth during the critical after-school hours.

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