Please join us for the second annual members-only, family-style, Farm-to-Table dinner. This unique experience will be held on Tuesday, September 24, at 6 p.m. at the Hagley barn. Taste Catering of Columbus Inn has created a mouth-watering menu that features garden delicacies from area farms and produce grown on Hagley’s property. A reception with complimentary wine and beer will begin at 6 p.m. with seating for dinner at 6:45 p.m. Feel free to bring your own favorite beverage to complement this tasty menu.
Seating is limited. Reservations required. The cost is $85 per person.
Click here to purchase tickets or call the membership office weekdays at (302) 658-2400, ext. 235.
Hors d’oeuvres: Meat & cheese; chips and salsa; fresh garden crudité; honey and black pepper whipped goat cheese, pickled peach and country ham crostini; chilled yellow tomato and gazpacho with corn and avocado; and Memphis hot chicken on a biscuit
First Course: Tomato/mozzarella salad, gyro spiced carrots and beets with whipped feta
Entrée: Organic chicken breast with late summer vegetable Panzanella salad and tender braised beef short rib with Hagley potatoes and seasonal vegetables
Dessert: Fresh fruit cobbler
Beverages: Iced tea and water
Experience the du Pont ancestral home decorated for the holidays and the “Christmas Trees: Past and Present” exhibition, celebrating the history of Christmas trees in America.
Hagley is delighted to offer a new benefit for our members at the Household and above levels: exclusive yoga classes with teacher Mary Currie. Classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Bring the kids to take photos with Santa!
Enjoy a rare opportunity to see Eleutherian Mills, the first du Pont family home built in America, dressed for the holidays and illuminated with softly glowing lights.
Join one of our Hagley guides for an introductory tour of Hagley’s patent model collection.
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