Granby dinner benefits Grand Community Gardens |

Granby dinner benefits Grand Community Gardens

Connect with the community at a Garden-to-Table dinner on Friday, Sept. 12, from 4:30-9 p.m. at Brickhouse 40 in Granby.

The chefs at Brickhouse 40 will prepare a 4-course tasting menu highlighting vegetables from the Grand Community Gardens, a lamb purchased from 4-H and honey donated by Worden Apiaries.

The price is $29.99 and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Grand Community Gardens.

The Grand Community Gardens are a part of Grand County’s CSU Extension office. They are finishing up their seventh successful growing season with beds in Kremmling, Hot Sulphur Springs, Granby and Fraser. The Fraser location has a hoop-house so you can try your hand at tomatoes and other warm weather crops.

All locations are fenced, irrigated and open to all gardeners — even if you’re new to high altitude gardening. There are Master Gardeners to offer assistance.

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