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Fall Flavors Inspired by the Mediterranean

Posted on: October 4th, 2016 by Lisa Cadigan

Join Us for this Farm-to-Table Event sponsored by Wellspan Gettysburg Hospital

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We are thrilled to host Wellspan’s Chef Rosario Campiri on Thursday, October 13 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for a night of bold fall flavors and wine pairings inspired by the Mediterranean. Join us as Chef Campiri demonstrates techniques and tricks of the trade useful for every course of a gourmet meal.  Learn knife techniques to trim and season a roast lamb loin, how to make a quick saute, how to work with rhubarb, and for dessert, how to make a pie crust from scratch.  The evening’s demonstration includes wine paired with a beautiful menu of dishes prepared with fresh ingredients, including:

Fresh organic asparagus on a cutting board with Parma ham on a rustic tableCold and Hot Appetizers

  • Heirloom Tomato and Avocado Salad with Balsamic Glaze w/Rose Petal Salt, Oven Roasted Asparagus, Red Peppers, Zucchini, and Portabella Mushrooms served along with Grilled Multigrain Ciabatta Bread.
  • Local Artisan Cheeses, Smoked Meats, Grapes, Mellon & Berry Platter.
  • Seared Diver Sea Scallop Bites w/ Roasted Corn Pico di Gallo
  • Fall Root Vegetables Stuffed Hazelnut Crusted Chicken Breast w/Frangelico Cream Sauce/Fresh Chives
  • New Zealand Lamb Loin Chops w/ Crispy Herb and Leek Crust
  • Sauté of Spinach, Kale, and Assorted Leafy Greens. Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Shallots

Hands baking dough with rolling pin on wooden table, depth of fieldDessert:

  • Adams County Apple, Rhubarb and Cranberry Croustade w/Pineapple Sorbet

Register today for this delicious event!

Thursday, October 13, 2016
5:30-7:30 p.m.
$36 for members/$40 for non-members

Adams County Arts Council Education Center
125 South Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

For more information, call (717) 334-5006 or send us an email.

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sponsored by Wellspan Gettysburg Hospital

From Summer to Fall …

Posted on: September 1st, 2015 by Lisa Cadigan

There’s been a crispness to the mornings recently, signaling the transition from summer to fall. Fall is my favorite time of year. I often bound forward into the autumn without looking back. However, this year seems a bit harder — How do you leave behind such a wonderful summer? ACAC Education Coordinator Wendy Heiges orchestrated a phenomenal summer of creative camps for our community. With all of the offerings, ACAC received glowing evaluations and cheers for wonderful teachers and projects. We’re so grateful for the treasures created and shared with the ACAC by our community of teachers and students. ACAC hosted 35 camps this summer for students ranging in ages from 3 to 15. Offerings included work with clay, paint, textiles, performing arts and culinary arts.

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The pace in the halls of the Education Center will change with the seasons, of course. The mornings might be a bit quieter with children in school rather than cooking in our kitchen and dancing in the studio, but there’s plenty in store at ACAC for the fall, too. If your kids are back at school and you have some free time during the day, or if you need a break in the evening, you may want to check out a painting class. Can’t commit to a class over several weeks? Drop in for yoga on a Friday morning, join us for a paint and wine night, or register for the upcoming culinary event featuring Food 101’s Chef, Jennifer Williams, the local produce of 5 Points Market, RelishThis, Wine pairings by Caryl Schmitz and dessert by Beeman’s Bakery. This farm-to-table class and celebration, scheduled for October 8 from 6-8 p.m., is sure to be a deliciously fun evening, and it’s just one of many special events ACAC has planned for the fall.  Call 334-5006 or keep checking the web site for more information.

And of course, the halls will be bustling after 3 pm with plenty of after-school opportunities for our younger students. There’s never a shortage of creative activities to engage the kids after school. Click here for a list of after-school offerings.

As we transition from summer to fall, we thank you for your support and participation in the community treasure that is the Adams County Arts Council.

Onward!

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