Art & Culture

San Benito Arts Council to host Farm to Your Table benefit dinner

Three-course pick-up dinner will take place on July 19 at the Farmhouse Cafe.

This article was contributed by the San Benito County Arts Council.

The San Benito County Arts Council proudly presents its fourth annual Farm-to-Table Benefit for the Arts on Sunday, July 19. In response to the cancellation of in-person celebrations due to COVID-19, the Arts Council has transitioned this summer’s fundraiser to a Farm to YOUR Table event, consisting of a three-course, pick-up, heat & eat dinner prepared by local chefs Becky Herbert of the Farmhouse Café and Mike Fisher of Fisher’s Catering.

The three-course dinner features locally-sourced, organic food and produce and will be available for pick-up at the Farmhouse Café in downtown Hollister from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday July 19. Gluten free and vegan options are available. Please visit to see the full menu and for tickets. In addition, each meal will include a special handcrafted surprise created by a local artist.

All proceeds from dinner sales will support the Arts Council’s Arts in Education Program, benefiting over 6,000 local students every year in San Benito County. The arts are needed now more than ever, and the Arts Council’s ability to provide these programs depends on the generosity and philanthropy of our local supporters.

Dinner tickets are limited and $50 each. Wine is available and can be purchased separately. Ticket sales end July 12 and must be purchased prior to the event.

For more information email [email protected]. Be sure to follow the San Benito County Arts Council on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for event and sponsor highlights.

San Benito County Arts Council

The San Benito County Arts Council’s mission is to: *Promote diversity, quality and involvement in the arts for all residents in San Benito County *Encourage cultural and artistic growth and create opportunities for the production of art *Provide access to the arts through programs in the visual, performing and media arts *Establish a favorable climate for artists to live and work and for the arts to thrive