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Hidden Gardens Benefit for Springs Food Pantry

Mon, 07/08/2024 - 09:45

E.A.T. in the Hidden Gardens, a benefit for the Springs Food Pantry, is set for Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Corbett Estate at 464 Old Stone Highway. 

The evening will honor three of the hamlet’s notables, John Slattery, known for his roles in television (“Mad Men,” “Veep,” “Desperate Housewives”) and theater (“The Front Page”), along with his wife, Talia Balsam (“Mad Men,” “Homeland), and their son, Harry Slattery (“Girls5eva”). The Slatterys just finished a three-week run in “The Subject Was Roses” at Bay Street Theater. 

E.A.T. stands for Enjoy and Taste. Guests can enjoy wine from Wolffer Estate, draft beer from Springs Brewery, and mocktails from Cocktails & Dreams, and taste hors d’oeuvres from Silver Spoon Specialties. 

Tickets are $175 in advance, $200 the day of. Proceeds will benefit the food pantry’s mission to feed those in need. 

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