In 2005, Vivian Howard decided to return to her roots in North Carolina to open a farm-to-fork restaurant in the small town of Kinston. One year later, she and her husband opened Chef & the Farmer, serving local, seasonal, creative cuisine, with more than 70% of the restaurant’s foodstuffs sourced from within 60 miles. Now a destination for diners all over the country, the restaurant inspired the award-winning PBS series A Chef ’s Life, now in its fourth season. Enjoy mimosas and light, local fare while Chef Howard reads from and signs copies of her highly anticipated first cookbook, Deep Run Roots: Stories & Recipes from My Corner of the South.
Lowes Foods is the event’s presenting sponsor, and Bookmarks, a Winston-Salem based literary arts organization, is the event’s promotional partner.
An Evening for Reynolda: Celebrating the American Farm with Vivian Howard
riday, November 4, 2016
HONORARY CHAIRS Dyeann and Henry Jordan | CO-CHAIRS Gwynne Taylor and Grace Broughton
Join us for a beautiful evening celebrating the vision of Katharine Smith Reynolds, her Reynolda Farm and the heritage of North Carolina agriculture. The evening will be an historic tribute to both Reynolda and the American farm, as depicted in the exhibition, Grant Wood and the American Farm. Enjoy cocktails and a memorable seated dinner alongside the iconic Reynolda barn featuring the bounty of local farms.
THIS EVENT IS AT CAPACITY
No tables or individual seats are available. If you have reserved a table or a seat at An Evening for Reynolda and need to submit payment, please contact Danielle Ceberio at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.758.5029.