Haldane Foundation’s Glynwood Fundraiser Offers Taste of Valley on April 20

Local food, beer and wine featured 

The Haldane School Foundation (HSF) invites all members of the community to feast on cuisine from local restaurants and caterers and to sample the region’s finest craft beer and wine at its 2013 spring fundraiser — A Taste of the Valley.

The event, which will be held at Glynwood Farm at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, will feature food from many of the area’s finest restaurants, including Hudson Hil’s, Sukhothai, Riverview Restaurant, Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill, Homespun Foods, Glynwood, Nature’s Pantry, Fresh Company, B&L Catering, Moo Moo’s Creamery and others. Wine from local wineries will be served. Craft beer tastings will be provided by Peekskill Brewing Company, compliments of Brewmaster and Haldane parent Jeff O’Neil.

“The HSF’s annual fundraiser at Glynwood is always our most popular event,” said Event Co-chair Pam Schumann. “This year, the continued support of Glynwood and the generosity of our local businesses made it possible for the foundation to adopt this exciting new format, in which attendees will get to sample the fare of the talented chefs, vintners and brewers working right here in the Hudson Valley.”

The Taste of the Valley fundraiser will take place in the Main House of Glynwood Farm. Tickets are on sale now for $60 per person. To purchase tickets online go to haldaneschoolfoundation.org. For more event information, contact Schumann at 914-325-9445 or pam.schumann@haldaneschoolfoundation.org.

The HSF is a community-based, nonprofit organization that raises money to enhance public school education in the community. Proceeds from this fundraiser and all HSF events fund educational enrichment grants for classroom technology, educational field trips, library upgrades and more. Since its inception in 2000, the HSF has awarded over $500,000 in educational grants to the district, with almost $70,000 awarded in 2012 alone.


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