Suppenacht is back for 2017!
We are beyond excited to welcome our friend Andrew Mellen to Elder Hall. Join us March 22 as we welcome Andrew, a nationally recognized organization expert, to lead an engaging discussion on simple, effective solutions for streamlining your life. Andrew is a best-selling author, speaker, and professional organizer who truly earned the title “The Most Organized Man in America.” Our own Jason French will moderate the evening and offer a beautiful meal of soup, bread, and wine. It will be a fun night of discussion and you will leave motivated. Promise.
Attending Suppenacht is the perfect introduction to Andrew’s workshop, which is happening at Elder Hall Saturday, March 25 from 10 - 1. Andrew’s method for getting rid of clutter and increasing productivity provide the perfect tools for any creative team. His proven process delivers reliable and measurable results while Andrew’s sense of humor and perspective will leave you feeling ready to tackle any challenge.
Featured in the New York Times, O The Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart Living and a columnist for Real Simple, Andrew Mellen helps individuals, creative teams, and business leaders transform how they live and work. Based in New York, Andrew leads workshops nationwide. It’s an honor to host his workshop at Elder Hall and we hope you can be a part something really special.
We are happy to announce our Fall 2018 Food Book Fête, with Hank Shaw author of Pheasant, Quail, Cottontail! Hank is a chef, hunter, angler, forager and wild foods expert constantly on the lookout for new things to gather, catch and eat. We will be joined by friends Aaron Barnett, Carlo Lamagna, and Doug Adams.
Light fare and a copy of the book are included in the price of your ticket ($45 ea). Beverages will be available for purchase (cards only, please).Register Now
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