White Night: Dinner Under the Stars 2017

August 5th
6:30 - 9:30 P.M.
Cost: $12.00 per person 

White Night Tickets

Wine list coming soon

 

White Night—Dinner under the Stars will be held August 5th on Whitewoman Street in front of the museum. Diners plan their dinner—table decorations and meal—and then eat together outside amidst luminaries and twinkling lights. White is the theme and elegant the modus operandi for this event sponsored by the Friends of the Museum. Participants are encouraged to wear all white and are asked to bring their own culinary creations as well as table decorations and service. The museum will provide tables, chairs, sparklers and a radiant atmosphere. Wine will be sold by the bottle.

At 6:15 on the evening of the event, the table hosts may set up their tables. At 7:00, the fete formally begins with a toast to the museum and to the splendid White Night. We’ll have a unified igniting of sparklers to end the gala, bidding each other good night. Creativity is encouraged with prizes awarded to the most elegant and the most creative tables. 

A variety of table sizes will be available. Tickets for the event are $12 per person and $10 for Friends members. Diners are encouraged to pre-purchase their wine and beer to ensure the right pairing for their menus. 

What Women Want

 

When: April 2018
Time: 5:30 P.M.

What do women want? First on the list is to get together with friends, and a close second, to feast on exquisite cuisine over wine. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum will be offering this and more at What Women Want on April 11th. What Women Want—A Night out Just for Women—features a luxurious five-course dinner and a What Women Want auction of unique packages and exclusive experiences.

 

The affair begins at 5:30 with hors d’oeuvres, wine. Check in, examine the auction packages, and bid in the Silent Auction. A sit-down dinner served by black-tie waiters begins around 6:00. Chef Michael Cichon, known to create enticing entrees that thrill the pallet, is designing and preparing this fete.

 

The What Women Want Auction includes cool packages, unique dinners, outing bundles and parties. Past favorites that will be offered again include a gourmet dinner for eight at the museum prepared by Chef Cichon, an airplane ride for three over Coshocton County, and The Time Traveler, a barbequed rib supper for ten at the Tree Top Lodge, built in the early 1920s by Charles Dennis, owner of the Morgan Run Coal and Mine Company. A new package this year is “Some Enchanted Evening.” Your party of six will begin their evening with a tour of the Speckman House, a beautifully crafted house—butler’s pantry, leaded glass windows, sleeping porches off second-story bedrooms—built in the 1930s (located on Cambridge Ave.), and followed by an elegant dinner prepared by Chef Bob McKenna. Another new package offers a high tea—Downton Abbey style—at Clary Gardens. Additional descriptions of packages will be updated on JHM’s Facebook page as the event drawers closer. 

 

What Women Want is a fundraising event organized by The Friends of the Museum. All proceeds will be used to support the museum’s educational programs. Tickets are $45. Admission covers hors d’oeuvres, dinner and a complimentary wine tickets (Friends members will receive an additional wine ticket). A cash wine bar will also be available. If you are interested in sponsoring a full table or an auction item, contact the Museum. 

 

What a fabulous way to support the museum and relax with friends!

 

Johnson Humrickhouse Museum
300 N. Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, OH 43812
740-622-8710
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