Hilltop Montessori School will host its annual farm-to-table-themed dinner benefit Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. at Stone’s Throw Bar and Grill in Mt Laurel.
The event will include dinner supplemented from the school’s gardens and prepared by Chef Chris Harrigan, a live auction hosted by Jack Granger, and the unveiling of phase three in Hilltop Montessori School’s expansion project.
Phase Three includes a teaching kitchen, additional classroom space, a media center, gymnasium, science lab and a community area to be used by the North Shelby County area. The estimated cost of the expansion will be between $2.5 and 3 million and will allow the current student body of about 200 students to increase to about 280 students.
The live auction will feature beach condos and homes, artwork, jewelry and personal chef experiences including a wine dinner at FoodBar in Cahaba Heights and a private dinner party for 10 hosted by Chef Chris Harrigan.
Tickets to the event will be $75. For more information, contact the Hilltop Montessori School development office at 437-9343.