$45 per person / $25 tax-deductible
Beverages and gratuity additional
The Roadhouse has long had a passion for teaching young students about farming, gardening and knowing where their food comes from. It is our honor to be a part of the Dexter High School Garden Project, whose mission it is to provide DHS students with a connection to healthy food, food self-reliance, career pathways and to each other and to celebrate our Dexter agricultural heritage. It will be a lasting tribute to Kevin Sullivan: DHS dad, gardener, food-lover and friend.
The garden will be adjacent to both the school greenhouse and the foods lab, and will make the connection between the two–helping students to better understand where food originates and how it nourishes them. Produce from the garden will be used in cooking classes and for donation to the community. The garden will include beds for growing produce, a seating area, and will ultimately include a hoophouse, meditation area, permaculture area with trees, student-engineered irrigation system, and an art installation.
Chef Alex Young, a DHS dad himself, and a group of passionate, young DHS students, have created a menu showcasing local farms and foods. We hope you join us for a great dinner with a great cause.
This dinner is SOLD OUT! Please call 734.663.3663 to be added to the waitlist.