August Garden Dinner
Saturday at 7:00 PM MDT
To access the Youth Garden Project, turn onto Red Devil Dr. from 400 E, then take an immediate right. Alcohol will not be served at this event. Don't worry about bringing a PDF ticket, we will just take your name at the "door." Tickets may be refunded up to 48 hours before the event; after that we will not be able to offer a refund for canceled tickets.
Enjoy a farm-to-table dinner at the Youth Garden Project with Guest Chef Tim Buckingham!
The Youth Garden Project, along with Tim Buckingham, would like to invite you all out to a garden dinner the evening of Saturday, August 28th! Enjoy a multi-course meal prepared with seasonal ingredients harvested straight from the garden and from other local farms. Twinkling lights strung between the fruit trees, beautiful table settings, delicious food & beverages--an evening at the beautiful Youth Garden Project is sure to be a unique and special experience for locals and visitors alike.
Here are the need-to-know details:
Tickets are $50 a person and should be purchased in advance.
The event begins at 7pm with beverages on the patio. Dining service begins at 7:30pm.
Seating is limited so reserve your spot ASAP!
You may be seated privately with your family, or join the YGP community table.
Tickets may be refunded up to 48 hours before the event; after that we will not be able to offer a refund for canceled tickets.
Proceeds will benefit YGP’s youth and community programs, such as Garden Classroom Field Trips, YGP Summer Camp, CareShare produce donations, and more!
About Tim Buckingham:
Tim Buckingham is Moab’s own native chef, having been born and raised here. After culinary education and experience in Santa Barbara, California, he returned to Moab to own and operate three different restaurants. Beginning with the Center Cafe, Tim quickly distinguished himself as an innovative and creative chef. He then purchased the Sunset Grill, which he reinvented as Buck’s Grill House. He ended his commercial run with The Atomic Grill & Lounge. He has since retired to his home in La Sal, Utah, were he is living life at a more genteel pace.
About the Youth Garden Project
YGP is a 1.5 acre organic, educational garden in the heart of Moab. Our mission is to cultivate healthy food, kids, and community through education programs and connecting people with food from seed to table. To learn more, visit www.youthgardenproject.org, give us a call at 435.259.2326, or swing by the garden – we are always open to the public at 530 S 400 E in Moab, UT!