Gourmet Gala at Lime Spring Farm to Feature Top Chefs, Breweries and Wineries

The region’s finest restaurants, bakeries, caterers, breweries and wineries, as well as specialty coffee, tea, chocolate and olive oil shops, will treat Gourmet Gala guests on Sunday, May 19, from 4 pm to 7 pm at historic Lime Spring Farm. Lime Spring Farm                                                  Lime Spring Farm at 2452 Marietta Avenue in Lancaster

“A total of 33 food and beverage providers are participating,” said Lisa Horst, president of the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County. “This will be one of our best galas, given the variety of food and drink and the venue. Lime Spring Farm is a beautiful setting with a Lime Spring Farm at history that dates back to 1720.” Food and beverage participants are:

Blue Pacific
Byers Butterflake Bakery
Cajuns in Exile
Carr’s Restaurant
Cork & Cap Restaurant
Dutch Haven Shoo-Fly Pie Bakery
Fork nSpoon
FreshaPeel Hummus!
Greenfield Restaurant
Gypsy Kitchen Catering
Haydn Zug’s Restaurant & Pub
Intermezzo by Stephanie
John Wright Store & Restaurant
La Petite Patisserie
Lancaster Brewing Company
Lancaster County Coffee Roasters, Inc.
Laurrapin Grille
Lombardo’s
Miesse Candies
Nissley Vineyards & Winery Estate
Pierre DeRagon Personal Chef Services
Plum Street Gourmet
Rice & Noodles Restaurant
Seasons Olive & Vinegar Taproom
Sugarplums & Tea
Tamanend Winery
The Inn at Bully’s Restaurant & Pub
The Log Cabin
Thorn Hill Vineyards
Tulsi Indian Cuisine and Bar
Twin Brook Winery
Walnut Street Grille
Yards Brewery

Lime Spring Farm began as a family farm in 1720, when Peter Lehman built the original house. Since then, nine generations have occupied the farm and buildings have been added. Most recently, Lime Spring Farm has been a popular wedding venue and corporate meeting site. Lancaster-based Oak Tree Development Group has purchased Lime Spring Farm and plans to develop the property adjacent to the historic site as a mixed use residential, retail, commercial and light-industrial project. Oak Tree Development has pledged that it will not demolish any Lime Spring Farm historic structures and will work to create an appearance “reminiscent of the character of Rohrerstown.”

The Gourmet Gala, the primary fund raiser for the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County, also will feature a live and a silent auction. WGAL-TV news anchor Lori Burkholder will emcee. Tickets for the 2013 Gourmet Gala are $85 for non-Historic Preservation Trust members and $75 for members. They may be purchased by contacting the Historic Preservation Trust at 717-291-5861 or joepatterson@hptrust.org or by visiting www.hptrust.org and purchasing them online.

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About the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County
Founded in 1966 to “stem the rapid destruction of historic properties in Lancaster County,” the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County’s mission is to preserve and protect Lancaster County’s rich historic and architectural character through education, advocacy and direct action. The trust has been directly involved in preserving important Lancaster County landmarks and has provided advice, assistance and guidance in the protection of others. The trust is a member-supported, 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in the historic Sehner-Ellicott-von Hess House (circa 1787) at 123 North Prince Street in downtown Lancaster. Visit www.hptrust.org for additional information.