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A Place at the Table, Evening of Gratitude and Connection
November 20, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for an Evening of Gratitude and Connection.
Coming together as One Community to Share a Delicious Thanksgiving dinner.
Live Music by Patrick McHale is a local musician based out of Patchogue who loves playing breweries and intimate bar settings. Formerly of the Irish folk rock band, “The Fian”, he now loves playing the music he listened to growing up, especially from singer/songwriters of the 60’s and 70’s. In addition to acoustic guitar, he also plays the ukulele and DJ’s. When he’s not out playing, you may be able to catch him behind the bar at Hoptron Brewtique on Main Street in Patchogue or brewing his own beer at home. Patrick believes nothing brings people together like beer, food, and music!
The Thanksgiving dinner is by suggested donation, it is a pay what you can afford model.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds, everybody receives a meal regardless of donation.
We will serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal as well as a few options that are plant-based.
This event is an interactive in which we will engage the community by sharing a meal, conversation and gratitude.
On display will be a gratitude board in which you can write and express your gratitude.
This event is organized by Harmony Cafe-Toast Coffeehouse-The Float Place of Patchogue.
Please bring a can of food for our food drive. Food will be given to area churches in the Patchogue Area.
More details will be added,
Please RSVP, this will give us the ability to plan on the amount of food that will be needed.
If you know anyone in need of a meal please share this event with them.
Please do not contract Toast Coffeehouse about this event. Contract Harmony Cafe at email@example.com or call 631-372-0227, Website harmonycafeli.org.
Sponsors: Toast Coffeehouse of Patchogue ( James Skidmore)
The Float Place of Patchogue. (Hardy Patel)
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