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Looking for a special way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the one you love? Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is offering a Valentine’s Dinner and Concert featuring the Liz Ross Quartet on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Seating for the dinner at the Camphill Café will begin at 6 p.m. with the concert following in the adjacent Rose Hall at 8 p.m. Cost is $70 per couple for both dinner and the concert. Concert-only tickets will be available at Rose Hall for $15 and $10. Reservations are required for dinner and can be made by calling 610-937-5494 before Feb. 7.
The special Valentine’s Day menu includes:
1st Course, choose one:
Chef saladserved with warm roll and butter
2nd Course, choose one:
Moussaka with organic lamb
Stuffed peppers garnished with orange smiles, deep-fried julienned leeks and pomegranate seeds upon request (vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free)
3rd course, choose one:
Bee-sting cake (a local favorite)
Fruit crispserved with a scoop of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream (several favorite flavors available)
Tea or Coffee included
The “I Wish You LOVE” concert features jazz with soul - love songs from Philadelphia’s Liz Ross Quartet.
Liz Ross is a senior lecturer and member of the voice faculty at University of the Arts. For four years she was a member of the Holiday Pops Festival Chorus, which performs with Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, and was a member of the Music Group of Philadelphia, under the direction of Sean Deibler for two. She had the pleasure of singing with the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, performing with such notables as Howard Shore and Gilbert Levine and has performed in the Philadelphia area with various jazz quintets. Other members of the quartet include Dylan Babitch, piano, Matt Keppler, bass and Jeff Radigonda, drums.
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills – home to Rose Hall and the Camphill Café - is located at 1601 Pughtown Road, Kimberton. Many GPS systems have trouble finding the location; please use Google maps for directions.
The mission at Camphill Kimberton is to encourage individuals, especially those with special needs, to discover and fulfill their greatest developmental and creative potential within a farming and handcrafting community. In valuing persons of all abilities, Kimberton Hills seeks to foster a living and working environment that is sustainable, productive and beautiful. Residents and volunteers uniquely contribute to the community through meaningful vocations such as gardening, dairy farming, and working in the café, bakery and craft workshops. As the community cares for one another, it also nurtures and improves the land by practicing biodynamic and organic agriculture and raising environmental awareness.
The Camphill Café is open Wednesdays - Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Café serves homemade, local, and organic foods, many grown in Camphill Kimberton’s own CSA garden.
For more information, visit www.camphillkimberton.org.