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Annual Dinner of Friends of the Tanger Arboretum
Tuesday 12 April 2016, 05:30pm
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Contact Cindy Madara, Development Information Systems Manager

tangerJoin us for the Annual Dinner of the Friends of the Tanger Arboretum, Tuesday, April 12 at The Stockyard Inn Restaurant. There will be a 5:30pm cash bar, followed by dinner at 6:15pm. 

The speaker for the dinner will be Gregory D. Tepper, a professional horticulturalist, lecturer, consultant, and life-long plant enthusiast. Tepper will present Native Plants for Native Birds, an entertaining and informative lecture on using native plants in your home landscape to attract, and provide shelter for, our wonderful native birds. The lecture will also feature five of the best trees, shrubs, and plants for the home landscape that will appeal to both you and our feathered friendss alike. 

Tickets are $35 per person. Attendees can choose between four menu options upon making their reservations. They are:

  • Slow roasted certificed angus petite prime rib, au jus, oven roasted potatoes, and a seasonal vegetable medley
  • Broiled salmon fillet with chardonnay sauce, rice, and seasonal vegetable medley
  • Chicken Savannah (boneless chicken breast with creamy herb marinade, lightly breaded and baked), oven roasted potatoes, and a seasonal vegetable medley
  • One of the menu choices above, but prepared gluten-free

Please RSVP by April 7, 2016 to Cindy Madara at 717-392-4633 ex. 122. Reservations will be held upon receipt of payment. You do not have to be a member of LancasterHistory.org or a member of the Friends of the Tanger Arboretum to attend. 

Location The Stockyard Inn Restaurant
Please note that this event is NOT held at LancasterHistory.org. It will be held at the Stockyard Inn Restaurant.

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