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 Hearthside Dinner
2nd Saturday in May

You are invited to enjoy a pleasurable evening of classic, period music and stories as the Stone Family re-enactors serve you an intimate, hearthside meal. The eight-course menu varies depending upon the season.  The menu is representative of authentic dishes prepared in the mid 1800's.  You are encouraged to participate in the early American atmosphere by dressing in clothing that is typical of the 1860s. It's a lot of fun accompanied by great food.

Seating is limited, so please consider reserving early. There is plenty of excellent 1800's fare and a relaxed, enjoyable evening for you at the Hearthside Dinner!  Music by Sarah Tuttle.

Reservations are $50 per person.

Please arrive Hungry by 5:45 p.m. on the date of the dinner. Meal begins @ 6 p.m.
Dinner is held at Stones Trace Site, in the landmark  Tavern, documented to be one of the oldest buildings in Noble County.

All proceeds from the dinner are used for maintenance and preservation of the Stone's Trace historic buildings.

*Reservation also available for private dinner groups. 
There will be a flat fee of $800.    Maximum seating is for 20 individuals.*

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