Artspace Al fresco

Jul 19, 6 pm at Under the Hunter Street Bridge - James Stevenson Park, at the end of Steve Terry Way, Peterborough, ON
$100

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Artspace is pleased to invite you to a unique outdoor dining experience, Artspace Al fresco! Enjoy a chef-prepared, three-course meal, complete with complimentary wine and beer under the bright colours and cheerful designs of the Hunter Street Bridge murals. Completed in 2015 and 2016, the murals are landmark examples of fresh, energetic public art in our community. Artspace Al fresco is an opportunity to gather as neighbours and art-lovers around this beautiful work in a new and engaging way.

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Come with friends or come to mingle, but be prepared to soak in the summer with smooth tunes from the DJ booth and tasty treats made with Peterborough-area produce. All of the proceeds from this a one-of-a-kind and one-time-only event will support the boundary-pushing and thought-provoking programming Artspace serves up all year round. We hope you will join us!

Purchased tickets can be picked up at the gallery or the night of at the event. If you have any special dietary need please let us know in advance by emailing Bec at bec@artspace-arc.org.

The Menu

Black's Distillery Cocktail Hour: We will begin the evening with a cocktail hour hosted by our friends from Black's Distillery. Enjoy appetizers from Tyler Scott of Rare Gill House, Le Hacienda and Andrea Barrett. 

First course: Roasted heirloom tomato soup from Sam's Place and fresh homemade bread from Two Dishes Cookshop

Second course: Locally sourced garden fresh mixed green salad in a maple balsamic vinaigrette

Main course: Coffee rubbed, 12 hour slow smoked beef brisket from Sam's Place served with a horseradish crèma, roasted fingerling potatoes and summer squash. For vegetarians, we will have ratatouille with roasted potatoes and summer squash.

Dessert: Make your own Central Smith ice cream sandwiches and sundaes

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

AA-Sponsor-Logo3Special thanks to local growers Alisha McGregor, Andrea Barratt, Amanda Mackey, Jillian Bishop and Jill Snodden for their contributions.