As New Jersey celebrates 350 years, two Monmouth County not-for-profit- organizations with historic preservation as their missions have joined to commemorate their efforts to protect the County's rich history with As It Grows…, the area's first-ever, farm-to-table fundraising event. The event spotlighting New Jersey's rich agriculture will be held on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at 7 p.m. on the front lawn of the historic Parker Homestead-1665. As It Grows… will benefit Monmouth County Historical Association and the Parker Homestead-1665 in partnership with Sickles Market, Little Silver. The party calls for casual country dress and will include a reception with tours of the historic Parker Homestead, a tented farm-to-table community dinner with menu created by celebrity chef David Burke, starlight dancing to live music, live and silent auctions conducted by Antiques Roadshow star Nicholas Dawes, and a 50/50 raffle. Tickets begin at $250. Please visit asitgrows.org for more information.
Saturday - September 13, 2014
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