SARATOGA SPRINGS – Join The SPAC Junior Committee and CulinaryArts@SPAC as they present a virtual conversation as Elizabeth Sobol explores creativity, community and connection with Lynn Trizna from Pitney Meadows Community Farm and Michele Drozd from Craigardan, with culinary inspiration from Kim Klopstock and Lily and the Rose.
Don’t miss this tremendous celebration of the most joyful elements of what makes us human – communal growing and partaking of delicious food — and shared experiences of beauty, both man-made and natural. Think about all the things you have missed the most during COVID. And then think about what you find at the intersection of arts and agriculture: a tremendous celebration of the most joyful elements of what makes us human – communal growing and partaking of delicious food – and shared experiences of beauty, both man-made and natural.
Attendees are welcome to submit questions using the chat function throughout the event culminating in a Q&A with the guests.
This event is free to attend, but registration is required.
(If you are interested in supporting the CulinaryArts@SPAC, you can make a donation when registering for the event below by choosing “Regular Ticket + Donation” – SPAC Junior Committee will be matching donations up to $1,000.)
Register for the event HERE.
Kim Klopstock of Lily and the Rose is creating a special menu for you to enjoy during this dinner-time event, which features cheeses, meat and produce from some of our dedicated and passionate local farmers. Kim is graciously donating a portion of the proceeds to CulinaryArts@SPAC.
Order dinner by 5pm on April 17! Pick up will be between 4 – 6pm on Tuesday, April 20 at FIFTY SOUTH, 2128 Doubleday Ave., Ballston Spa 12020.
Lily and the Rose Menu
Mac’n Cheese with a Trio of Argyle Farm Cheeses (VEG)
Grilled Asparagus Salad (GF/VEG)
Flat Iron Steak (GF)
Lemon Bars (VEG/NGF)
Grilled NY State Trout
Macerated Beet Salad (VEG/GF)
Order Dinner HERE.