We are pleased to announce that the Annual Dinner is completely sold out. We are grateful to our many supporters. If you missed this chance to join in the fun, we hope you will join us next time!
The photos are sepia toned and so detailed that they almost appear to be line drawings. Joshua White’s photos focus on often overlooked objects like seedpods and insects. The photos encourage us to pause and consider these “background objects.”
White grew up in southeast Indiana, near Aurora. He now teaches at Appalachian State University in North Carolina, but he’s travelling to Indiana to present at our Annual Dinner on October 15th at 6:30pm. White says he is honored to help promote conservation in Indiana.
White is sure to impress, but he is not the only highlight of the evening.
Our setting is a recently restored nineteenth-century church in historic Lower Madison, now called Poplar Place. Admission includes White’s presentation, a fine dining experience, a silent auction with quality items, and an update on our progress, including newly protected land, programs for the public, and partnerships.
Only 60 seats are available, so reservations are required. Invite friends, and share a lovely evening together. To RSVP, send a check for $30 per guest to OHC, P.O. Box 335, Hanover, Indiana 47243. We hope you will join us!
Update: Our dinner menu is now official:
Main Dishes: Herbed roast beef; Vegetable pasta with zucchini medley with parmesan cheese
Sides: Horseradish mashed potatoes, Roasted vegetables
Salad: Spinach salad with feta and berries (and raspberry vinaigrette)
Whole wheat dinner rolls with whipped butter
Dessert: Pumpkin Crumble – layers of pumpkin with a crumbly cranberry pecan topping.