Join us for Fine Dining in the Garden benefiting Saint John’s Program for Real Change & Theodore Judah Elementary PTA. Sunday, October 25th, 4:30-7pm in the garden at Plates Café.
Enjoy a mouth-watering menu highlighting diverse in-season offering prepared by acclaimed local culinary powerhouses-Chef Rick Mahan of The Waterboy and Chef Ian MacBride of Lucca's. Your $75 ticket includes delectable food and drink, live music by Darbytown, and an incredible evening of fellowship.
Theodore Judah has a thriving Science and Garden program that prides itself on being a "green school", teaching sustainability, a strong emphasis on food literacy and inspiring our 635 students to give back to the community. Each year we host a Farm-to-Fork fundraiser to raise funds to sustain our PTA funded Science and Garden program. This year our PTA reached out to Saint John's Program for Real Change to form a partnership allowing the students at Judah to contribute to the rebuilding efforts of their garden at Plates Cafe AND have them join us in our Farm-to-Fork Fundraiser. This unique and special partnership will benefit both programs equally and bring awareness to both programs vision in the Greater Sacramento region.
From August-October we are working to re-plant the gardens with the help of the children and their mothers at Saint John's and help provide education to the families about nutrition and healthy eating habits. This partnership has inspired many outside of our organizations to get involved, we hope you'll consider attending our culminating event in the new garden at Plates Cafe!
About Saint John's Real Change & Theodore Judah PTA
Theodore Judah Elementary PTA supports the 635 students at Theodore Judah Elementary located in East Sacramento, serving East Sacramento and Midtown Neighborhoods. Our primary focus is to raise funding for Art, Science, Music promoting a culture of kindness on our campus.
Saint John's Program for Real Change is a shelter and training program for Women and Children. They provide the ability for mothers to rise above devastating negative elements and achieve job-readiness and self-sustainability. Giving them a new perspective, education, skills and strength to provide a better life for them and their children.