Bloomsbury School Fundraiser Dinner

Sale price Price $300.00 Regular price Unit price  per 

Tax included.


Saturday, February 11th, 2023 from 5-8 PM 

Please join us for a wonderful night of delicious food from Chef Ryan Poli (Formerly  Catbird Seat & Owner of  Iggy's Nashville) and to take part in supporting the growth of our Bloomsbury School! 

A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the school to support the building of the schools forever home! 



$300.00 per person

Includes drinks, dinner and dessert all in support of a great cause! 


MENU -- 


Antipasto platter with Bloomsbury Farm vegetables, cheeses and grilled bread 

Escargot arancini, parsley, garlic with saffron aïoli

Kampachi crudo, lime, cilantro, shallot, chili 

Burrata with red onion jam, crostini, hazelnuts, basil and herb salad 



Sue Buxton Maine crab raviolis, sea urchin butter, red chilis, kombu 

Paccheri with Bear Creek Farm bolognese, whipped ricotta cheese with fried herb bread crumbs

Black truffle agnolotti, parmesan fondue, chives                             

Grilled Bear Creek Farm steaks, cipollini onions agrodolce, gorgonzola maître d’ butter 

Greener Roots caesar salad

Potato pancakes whipped crème fraîche and caviar


Dessert TBD



Bloomsbury school began in August, 2020 with one teacher and five students. Now, half way through our third year of learning, we have five teachers and serve nearly 100 students each week. Through outdoor and seasonally based education, we provide immersive and multilingual learning opportunities for children ages 1-12 that awaken their care for themselves, others, and the natural world. From the very beginning, we dreamed of becoming a more accessible program and have been hard at work chasing that goal. With a new non-profit status in hand and building plans underway, we are looking towards a future that is overflowing with possibility. Current projects include building a financial assistance program to meet the growing needs of our community, as well as a school house that can host community workshops, instruments, scientific equipment, and learners no matter the weather. We are grateful witnesses every day to the confident, capable, assured leaders who emerge from our hands-in-the-dirt classes. Will you join us in providing a learning space and open opportunities for the students in our community?