Back on the Farm

Back on the Farm

Friday, September 30, 2016

Celebrating its 4th year at the Atlanta History Center, Back on the Farm has become one of our community’s most popular fall social events, and this year features a team of celebrity chefs to create a dinner to remember. Back on the Farm benefits the animals of the Atlanta History Center's Smith Family Farm. Cocktails will take place at 6 pm on the Farm, and a seated dinner will be at 8 pm in the Grand Overlook. For more information, please contact Katherine Hoogerwerf at 404.814.4102.

Event Executive Chef Todd Richards, Executive Chef of White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails and Chef/Owner of Richards' Southern Fried

Back on the Farm Featured Chefs

  • Mark Brown of Blazin' Jerk
  •  Erika Council of Southern Souffle
  •  Julio Delgado of JP Atlanta
  • Seth Freeman of Peach Dish
  • Jared Hall of One Flew South
  • Cooper Miller of Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
  • Duane Nutter of Southern National, Mobile, AL
  • Christian Perez of White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails
  • Matthew Raiford of The Farmer and The Larder, Brunswick, GA
  • Guy Wong of Ton Ton, Le Fat and Mizo Izakaya

Featured Bartenders

  • Tiffanie Barriere of Southern National, Mobile, AL
  • Greg Best of Ticonderoga Club
  • Jerry Slater of Flying Pig Hospitality
  •  Krista Lark Slater of Flying Pig Hospitality

Featured Stylists

  • The Spin Style Agency

PURCHASE TICKETS

Tickets are $225 each.

Friend of Smith Farm Patron $750
 2 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 Recognition in program

Farm Cat * $1,000
 2 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 Recognition signage for one year and recognition in program*  

Goat * $2,500
 2 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 2 tickets to a private workshop at the Smith Family Farm on farm-related topic of your choice, such as open hearth cooking, kitchen gardens, etc.
 Recognition signage for one year and recognition in program*

Sheep * $5,000
 4 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 4 tickets to a private workshop at the Smith Family Farm on farm-related topic of your choice, such as open hearth cooking, kitchen gardens, etc.
 4 tickets to meet and greet the sheep at a breakfast – perfect for kids and grandkids
 Recognition signage for one year and recognition in program*

Chicken Coop * $7,500 
 6 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 6 tickets to a private workshop at the Smith Family Farm on farm-related topic of your choice, such as open hearth cooking, kitchen gardens, etc.
 6 tickets to meet and greet the chickens at a breakfast – perfect for kids and grandkids
 Recognition signage for one year and recognition in program*

Feed and Seed * $15,000 
 8 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 8 tickets to private specialty beverage event at Smith Family Farm
 8 tickets to a private workshop at the Smith Family Farm on farm-related topic of your choice, such as open hearth cooking, kitchen gardens, etc.
 8 tickets to meet and greet the animals at a breakfast – perfect for kids and grandkids
 Featured recognition on press materials. Examples of publications that regularly cover Back on the Farm – both pre-and post-event: Southern Seasons, The Atlantan, and The Northside Neighbor, among others
 Recognition as a farm supporter at both of  the Atlanta History Center’s signature farm festivals,Fall Folklife and Sheep to Shawl, in print promotional materials and on-site at each event
 Recognition signage for one year and recognition in program*

Historic Farmer Sponsor * $25,000 
 10 tickets to September 30, 2016 dinner
 Special dinner for 12 at Smith Family Farm with docents and farm-cooked meal
 10 tickets to private specialty beverage event at Smith Family Farm
 10 tickets to a private workshop at the Smith Family Farm on farm-related topic of your choice, such as open hearth cooking, kitchen gardens, etc.
 10 tickets to meet and greet the animals at a breakfast – perfect for kids and grandkids
 Featured recognition on print materials and press materials. Examples of publications that regularly cover Back on the Farm – both pre-and post-event: Southern Seasons, The Atlantan, and The Northside Neighbor, among others
 Recognition as a farm supporter at both of the Atlanta History Center’s signature farm festivals, Fall Folklife and Sheep to Shawl, in print promotional materials and on-site at each event
 Recognition signage for one year and recognition in program*

*Recognition signage will be stand-alone and not affixed to any historic structure

Listing in program is dependent upon program deadline.

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