BALE’s Community Gala June 17

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Great Food, Great Sounds… All Free or the Whole Community

For the past two years, BALE has produced a Summer Gala to raise much needed funds to community mealsupport our work. For our 3rd annual gala, BALE – in partnership with The Community Meal – is offering an ambitious two-part Community Gala on Friday, June 17 beginning at 5:30 pm. The first portion of the Gala will feature a free Community Meal at The White Church in Bethel, open to all free of charge! As with other recent community meals at the White Church, local foods produced at local farms will be featured, prepared and served by local volunteers. For this meal, guest chef Sarah Natvig of the Black Krim Tavern in Randolph will l prepare an amazing meal. And as with previous meals, accomplished local musicians Randy Leavitt, Justin Parks, and John McHugh will provide live music while we dine! And as always at The Community Meals, 100% of diner donations (collected in a glass jar at the door) will be donated to the Bethel Food Shelf (serving the towns of Bethel, Barnard, Pittsfield, and Stockbridge). As we adjourn the meal around 7:45 pm, the second portion of the Community Gala will commence right next door at the Bethel Bandshell – a free bow thayer and banjoconcert featuring local icon Bow Thayer and his band celebrating the work being done by locally-based community organizations like BALE, The Community Meal, and our local food shelves. Although we are making the gala free of any charge, we still need the event to attract financial sponsors whose support is critical for carrying out our work and mission. Please give as generously as you can by clicking on our crowdfund site BALE 2016 COMMUNITY GALA HERE!! Then be sure to join us on June 17 in Bethel.

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