Downton Abbey Grand Finale Celebration

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You're invited to a WVIA Downton Abbey Fundraising Event!

Sunday, March 6th, 2016 - 1pm - WVIA Public Media Studios

Wine and hors d’oeuvres reception with entertainment, prizes, period costumes modeled by Queen Victoria’s Court. Then, an elegant “Dinner a la Abbey” Catering by Peculiar Culinary Company. We’ll all be home in plenty of time to watch the final Downton Abbey episode on WVIA that evening. 

Full menu is as follows:

Dinner Menu

Passed Snacks Cocktail Hour

  • Welsh Rarebit
  • Mini beef and ale pies

Dinner

House made crumpets w/ tea infused whipped butter

Salad

Rocket, English cucumber, walnuts, stilton dressing

Sunday Roast

Ale braised sirloin of beef, ale rosemary gravy, Yorkshire pudding, roasted garlic mushy peas, honey glazed micro carrots

OR

Seafood Pie

Flaky herbed pot pie crust, seafood veloute, sweet peas, roasted corn, carrots, poached shrimp, blue crab

Dessert

Trifle

Sweet wine soaked red velvet cake, chocolate custard, fresh raspberries, raspberry gastrique

 

Tickets for this WVIA Fundraising Event are $75 Per Person 

Please RSVP to Ginny Fredmonski at 570-602-1134 or ginnyfredmonski@wvia.org

 

For DVDs and more Downton Abbey items, visit shopPBS.org

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