Okay, the days haven’t been exactly crisp yet, but you get the picture…
Trinity Day School in Solebury on Saturday will host its 4th annual “Bounty Fest: Bake & Broth” to raise funds to rebuild the school garden, and enrich programming for students, parents, and the community.
The event features soups donated by local chefs and restaurants, along with baked goods contributed by local bakeries. Vegan and vegetarian options are available.
Restaurants on board include returning contributors Bowman’s Tavern, PA Soup & Seafood House, Chive Café, Jamie Hollander Gourmet Foods, The Pork Shack, John & Peter’s, The Greenhouse, Dilly’s Done Different, Caffe Galleria, and Lambertville House. Soups will be “sold cold” to be taken home and enjoyed on the chilly days to come.
Maryanne Bake Shoppe will be returning with their famous cookies. Making their BountyFest debuts: C’est La Vie will be providing delectable pastries, there will be delicious Gluten Free options from Sweetah’s, and McCaffrey’s Food Market will contribute, as well.
This event coincides with the 60th anniversary of the non-profit Trinity Day School. Established in 1959 by Prudence Day as a mission of Trinity Episcopal Church, the school continues its tradition of educating the youngest members of our community. With new afternoon enrichment programs and a “Forest Friday,” the school is growing and changing to provide the nurture, exploration, and support growing minds need to succeed.
It all takes place on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in McArthur Hall at Trinity Day School, 6587 Upper York Road (Route 263) in Solebury (but set your GPS to “New Hope”).