DAYTON, Ohio — Dorothy Lane Market will host a dinner next month featuring local food and beverages, and the farmers and vendors who produce them.
The “Honestly Local Harvest Dinner” will be held at its Springboro, Ohio, store Aug. 15 for $25 a person
“Visit and dine with the local vendors who grow your food,” Dorothy Lane writes in promotional materials.
The dinner will also feature live acoustic guitar music, and beer and wine for purchase.
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The annual event is part of the retailer’s deepening commitment to local foods.
Among other programs, the retailer runs an “Honestly Local” food club. Members can buy weekly boxes of locally grown and produced food and beverages. They can sign up for one or two eight-week sessions.
A basic membership includes weekly deliveries of a small produce box ($20 per week) that feeds two people; or large produce box ($30) that feeds four.
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