October 15, 2015
Educating communities about local food
Chefs en Pointe: A Benefit for the National MUSEUM OF DANCE, School of the Arts to be hosted at the Museum
The National MUSEUM OF DANCE, School of the Arts (SOA) is excited to host Chefs en Pointe: A Benefit for the National Museum’s School of the Arts on Friday evening, November 6, 2015. Event partners include New York States of Mind LLC and Chefs’ Consortium.
Chefs en Pointe promises to be a convivial evening with local chefs and bartenders who will choreograph and discuss their creations at tasting stations. Both the food and cocktail pairings will be inspired by New York state products including spirits from Finger Lakes Distilling, and Fall wildflower honey, maple syrup and honey whiskey from Catskill Provisions. Save the date – Friday November 6th – for this fantastic event!
The School of the Arts is a not-for-profit organization with a focus on teaching professional-quality dance technique within a supportive environment; its mission is to foster the study and appreciation of dance.
The School of the Arts is situated behind the National Museum of Dance in the Swyer Dance Studios, at 99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs NY. More information about the School of the Arts can be found on the school’s website or by contacting The School of the Arts at 584-2225 ext. 3008.
Date: November 6, 2015
Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Phone: 518-584-2225 ext.3001
National Museum of Dance
99 S Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 United States + Google Map
Phone: (518) 584-2225
Farm to table chef at the Sylvia Center, Katchkie Farm
Yono Purnomo, chef/owner, Yono's Restaurant
Pastry chef at Yono's and DP, an American Brasserie; prep chef at the Wine Bar in Saratoga; pastry chef at the Honest Weight Food Co OP
It’s an exciting time for Chefs’ Consortium. Please check our website to learn more about upcoming events, our chefs, recipes and more.
In addition to several upcoming paid events, there are also many events and projects that we offer to the public for free. We would like to continue to provide free services to underserved communities, and any donation, big or small, is greatly appreciated as it allows us to continue bringing education and local food to New York communities.