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Winter Solstice Feast

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Our next pop-up dinner has arrived!

Come vividly celebrate the harvest on alongside farmers, artisans, and community members before the depth of winter sets in. A four course dinner sourced from local and organic farms will be served. The Kalamazoo Bee Club is hosting a special wine tasting before the dinner to raise funds for their work in the community.  Midwesterners Shawnee and Andy Carini moved to the mountains in California to start Carini Winery, a sustainable winery focused on small-batch unfiltered wines. The winemakers are from Southwestern MI the tasting will tell the story of the farmers, the land, and the wine making process.

Date:

Wednesday, December 21st

Time:

  • Wine Tasting at 5:30
  • Dinner at 6:15

Location:
Secret! To be shared the day of only with pre-purchased tickets. Ticket sales will close on December 18th.

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$65.00$85.00

SKU: N/A

Product Description

The Kalamazoo Bee Club is a local non-profit that serves the purpose of educating people about beekeeping, supporting beekeepers, and to provide bee-related services to the greater Kalamazoo area community. Kalamazoo Bee Club Members will be at the Winter Solstice Feast and proceeds from the event will be donated to help further the education of beekeeping in Kalamazoo.

Community Partners and Farmers:

What is the Winter Solstice?

The Winter Solstice is an astrological phenomenon marking the shortest day and longest night of the year. The seasonal significance of the winter solstice is in the reversal of the gradual lengthening of nights and shortening of days. Worldwide, interpretation of the event has varied across cultures, but many have held a recognition of rebirth, involving holidays, festivals, gatherings, rituals or other celebrations around that time. The solstice may have been a special moment of the annual cycle for some cultures even during neolithic times. Astronomical events were often used to guide activities such as the mating of animals, the sowing of crops and the monitoring of winter reserves of food. Many cultural mythologies and traditions are derived from this. In temperate climates, the midwinter festival was the last feast celebration, before deep winter began.

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Additional Information

Dining Package

Pop-Up Dinner Only, Pop-up Dinner with Wine Tasting

1 review for Winter Solstice Feast

  1. 5 out of 5

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    If you’ve never done a pop up dinner with the organic gypsy, give yourself a holiday treat and go! The experience is fantastic!

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