Who Can Attend?
The tour, reception and catered dinner is open to the public and people in the surrounding region that are interested in learning more about modern agriculture and where their food originates. The event is limited to the first 100 guests.
How Much Does it Cost?
$100 per plate
Click here to buy tickets online.
Where do the proceeds go, and what will the organization do with the funds?
Proceeds from the event will go to the host farm’s nonprofit charity or organization of choice.
What can we do at the dinner?
Enjoy an evening of elegance on a Wisconsin dairy farm. This is an opportunity to take a ride to the countryside and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way. When you arrive at Darlington Ridge Farms, there will be an opportunity to take a wagon-led farm tour with guides to answer your questions.
Following the tour is a cocktail reception to enjoy a variety of Wisconsin cheeses, wines and beers. Wisconsin chef Tyler Sailsbery, the head chef and owner of The Black Sheep restaurant and general manager of Fin & Hooves in the Whitewater Country club, will prepare a flavorful five-course dinner to complete the evening’s festivities. Local farmers contributing ingredients to the meal will tell their story, including their farming practices, as attendees enjoy the dishes prepared with their contributions.
What do I wear?
We liken our suggested event attire to the formality level of an outdoor wedding. Knowing summer in Wisconsin can get hot, we recommend preparing for warm temperatures. We suggest sensible shoes as terrain may vary between grass, concrete and gravel. Plan your wardrobe and evening by taking a peek at our 2017 dinner event, highlighted on Discover Wisconsin, here (begins at 14:58).
How do I register?
To secure your ticket and for more information, place your order online, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call event contact, Kari Kuehl at (262) 203-4016.