You are invited to a gala event of gourmet food,
award-winning wine, amazing music and more!
Join us at
And The Beet Goes On!
Tickets are available until Monday, May 1
Don’t miss out – get your tickets today!
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Local educational nonprofit organization, GMO Free Josephine County, along with Oregonians for Safe Farms and Families, a nonprofit family farm and food advocacy group, announce “And The BEET Goes On!” a Concert & Gourmet Farm-to-Table Benefit Dinner for a GMO Free Rogue Valley.
And The BEET Goes On
Sunday, May 7, 4-8 pm
Plaisance Ranch in Williams, Oregon
Admission Limited to Advance Ticket holders
Tickets: $75 per person or 2 for $125
GMO Free Josephine County and Oregonians for Safe Farms and Families are known for melding good food with a good cause!
The pastoral surroundings at Plaisance Ranch will be the setting for an elegant GMO-free gourmet dinner designed for both carnivores and vegetarians. Foodies of all types will enjoy the feast planned for this event. The dinner created by local Chef Dustin of The Vine Restaurant will showcase locally-sourced ingredients, harvested from farms throughout the Rogue Valley. Among these selections will be organic grass-fed beef provided by Plaisance Ranch.
Dinner will also feature wine pairings provided by Joe and Suzi Ginet of Plaisance Ranch, who bring their passion for fine food and wines to the project.
Scrumptious desserts by Chef Sabrina of Ambrosia Bakery will top off the meal.
Diners can relax to the beautiful harmonies of Rogue Valley duo Hollis Peach. Songwriter and guitar wizard Dan Sherrill and his silky-voiced musical partner Jacqui Aubert have been described as “an evocative progressive folk duo with musical arrangements that are lush, intricate and often hypnotic in their elegance.”
Guests will have the opportunity to bid in this year’s silent auction offering an array of goods and services donated by local businesses that portray the diversity of expertise and talent within the Rogue Valley.
Proceeds from the event will support the work of these two volunteer-led organizations – raising community awareness about the benefits of GMO-free agriculture and food, promoting and preserving our GMO Free Zone, and supporting the ongoing legal and legislative work being done in the Rogue Valley and the state capitol.
Seating is Limited for this event.
Admission by Ticket Only and must be purchased by May 1.
$75 per person or $125 for 2
Available online at:
Tickets can also be purchased in person at:
Whistling Duck Farms (Williams),
Diggin’ Livin’ (Cave Junction), and
The Vine Restaurant (Grants Pass)