Noble Horizons Community Events
For information about all community events at Noble Horizons, contact Caroline Burchfield, Director of Community Relations at, 860-435-9851 x190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In the months of July, August and September, Noble Horizons and the Scoville Library will host a series of Farm to Table cooking classes in which professional local chefs will demonstrate how to use seasonal, locally grown ingredients to prepare delectable and simple summer meals.
The first class will feature grass-fed beef from Lime Rock's Whippoorwill Farm, produce from Chubby Bunny Farm in Falls Village, and Chef Andy Cox, manager of Hotchkiss School Dining, which produces hundreds of farm-to-table meals a day. The class will take place in the Community Room at Noble Horizons on July 10 from 11:00 am-Noon.
The chefs in the Farm to Table series will share preparation techniques that optimize the flavor and ease of meals created with seasonal and locally grown ingredients. Farmers will be present to discuss their products and give highlights of the season. Samples of the prepared foods will be offered and ingredients from some of the farms will be available for purchase. Guests with a valid Connecticut Library card will be able to borrow from a wide selection of Scoville Library cook books.
Millerton, NY's Number 9 Restaurant chef-owner Tim Cocheo will be featured August 15 with produce from Weatogue Farm in Salisbury and on September 13, Executive Chef Brandon Scimeca of the Interlaken Inn, will cook with ingredients from Chubby Bunny Farm.
Registration for each class is limited and may be completed at www.noblehorizons.org or by calling 860-435-2838. Noble Horizons located at 17 Cobble Road, Salisbury, CT.