Born in a Barn - Benefitting Vanderbilt's Rooted Community Health Program
Time & Location
Children 6-12: $10
Children 5 & Under: Free
Join our very own singing farmer Sylvia Ganier and some of Nashville's finest acoustic musicians led by fiddle star Megan Chowning for sounds of the season!
Green Door Gourmet's chef Richard Jones will be preparing a soup supper featuring fresh produce straight from our fields. Wine will also be available for purchase.
To reserve a table for 8, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual seating available at checkout.
- Beef & Tomato Chili
- Tuscan Kale & Cannellini Bean Stew
- Old Fashioned Chicken Noodle Soup
- Mixed Leafy Greens Salad with Dijonette & Crostini
- Assorted Fresh Baked Breads
The Rooted Community Health initiative (RCH) of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) seeks to engage partners across the Vanderbilt campus and communities of Middle Tennessee in service to ecological sustainability, health promotion and human flourishing, and an ethically responsible understanding of our interdependency as a community. Through partnering with the Osher Center of Integrative Medicine, colleagues in nutritional services, and other sustainability and health professionals, RCH engages such programs as The Growing Good Health Program, connecting VUMC employees to local Community Supported Agriculture programs, providing members of our community with fresh fruits and vegetables and supporting local farms like Green Door Gourmet. In collaboration with these partners, RCH is developing and disseminating resources that equip patients and care providers to address food insecurity in our community. As a part of VUMC's Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society, RCH is committed to facilitating trans-institutional transformation at Vanderbilt and enhancing our community’s health through community engagement, scholarship, and research in ecology, health, and sustainability.
- Sold OutAdult$25$250$0
- Sold OutChildren ages 6-12$10$100$0
- Sold OutChildren 5 & Under$0$00$0