Thyme out: Women�s Health Keswick Hall dinner

cover-hartmanKeswick's chef Craig Hartman, along with other area food sluggers, steps up to the plate for Women's Health Virginia.
FILE PHOTO BY WILL WALKER

On Thursday, November 5, Women’s Health Virginia, a Charlottesville-based nonprofit that enhances the health and well being of Virginia women and girls through education, research and outreach, will host its annual Take Thyme for Women’s Health dinner at Keswick Hall.

The dinner will feature an appetizer by Craig Hartman of Keswick Hall, soup by Ed McLaughlin of The Silver Thatch Inn, entr©e by Melissa Hart of Palladio, and dessert by Erin Maupin of The Clifton Inn. Each course will be paired with a Virginia wine. Featured wines will be from Barboursville, Cardinal Point, Keswick, and Thibaut-Janisson Vineyards. Representatives of the wineries will be on hand to discuss their selections.

“The dinner is a great way for new and old friends to support our work while they enjoy wonderful food and wine,” says Mimi Bender, CEO of Women’s Health Virginia. “We appreciate the generous support of the chefs, restaurants, wineries, and community members that enables us to help Virginia women and girls.”

Dinner starts at 7pm and tickets are $90, patron tickets are $150, and patron tables, with seating for 8, are $1200. Reservations can be made by mail to Women's Health Virginia, at 1924 Arlington Boulevard, Suite 203, Charlottesville, VA 22903, online at www.womenshealthvirginia.org, or by phone at 434-220-4500.