LEWISBURG, (Pa.) – Preparations for Packwood House Museum’s Annual Fundraising Dinner are underway. This year’s dinner, held on March 28th at 7 p.m., will feature cuisine from New Orleans. Created and served by the students of The School of Business and Hospitality at the Pennsylvania College of Technology, the evening will start in the Reception Room with drinks and hors d’oeuvres, including shrimp etouffee in puff pastry and duck-ham wrapped scallops with pork belly. After moving to the Dining Room, an appetizer of “Oyster” po-boy will begin the meal, followed by filé gumbo for the soup course. Next, a jambalaya rice salad will be served, followed by a seafood course of shrimp and grits. The piéce de résistance, chicken roulade with champagne cream sauce, will cap the meal. While a dessert of butter pecan ice cream-filled crepe with bananas foster is being prepared, guests will be treated to a tour of the first floor of the museum by Jennifer Snyder, administrator of Packwood House Museum. The memorable evening will conclude as the diners retire to the Reception Room to enjoy an aperitif and reminisce about this unforgettable evening.
Raffle tickets for the fundraiser are on sale in the Museum’s Tour Center at 15 North Water Street, Lewisburg, or from any Museum Member, and cost $5.00 each or six for $25.00. The winning ticket holder, drawn at 3 p.m. on March 14, 2020, in the Tour Center, will share the gourmet meal with seven guests in the Museum’s Dining Room March 28th.
All proceeds from the ticket sales benefit Packwood House Museum. Supporting this annual fundraising event offers the winner an opportunity to entertain family and friends in a unique setting at a surprisingly low cost and to sustain Packwood House Museum and its positive contribution to life in the Susquehanna Valley.
For more information on the event, please contact Packwood House Museum at (570) 524-0323 or by e-mail at email@example.com.