Pig Out for the Catskills on Oct 15
And speaking of DIY Catskills fundraising: Jimmy’s No. 43, the East Village bar/gastropub of the moment, is holding a Pig Out event on the weekend of Oct 15 in Jeffersonville and Callicoon Center. (Orientation points: that’s in Sullivan County, near Bethel.) It’s $35 for advance tix, $45 if you’re not a planner, and all money goes to Farmhearts, a non-profit helping farm families in the Catskills.
The event will feature four chefs roasting eight Catskills-raised whole pigs in open pits, plus local wine and beers and veggie sides. Tix for Pig Mountain Catskills can be bought here. For a schedule of the activities, click here.
Posted on October 1, 2011, in Catskills, Culture, Hurricane Irene, Jeffersonville, Sullivan and tagged Farmhearts, Food Karma Projects, Jimmy Carbone Pig Island, Jimmy's No. 43, Pg Mountain Catskills, Pig Out for the Catskills. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.