2016 Annual Event: "A Little Decadence Here, For Sustenance There"

RAIN is celebrating 15 years of learning and earning with “A Little Decadence Here, For Sustenance There.” Join us on Monday July 18, 5:30 pm at Oyster River Farm, Durham, NH. Click here for information and reservations.

Exclusive Silent Auction Trips!!
Tickets to Hamilton! On Broadway.
Tickets to Savannah, Georgia for the weekend.
Newport Food and Wine Festival at the Newport mansions, September 23 – 25, 2016.
 
Oumara Moctar “Bombino,” a Tuareg guitarist and singer who, along with the Bombino Group, is famous internationally. Bambino, a native of Niger, will play solo acoustic guitar pieces that are reminiscent of his desert home.
 
Desserts & Champagne with Chef James Haller, acclaimed founder of Portsmouth’s Blue Strawbery Restaurant and author of several cookbooks, including “Cooking in the Shaker Spirit,” “What to Eat When You Don’t Feel Like Eating,” and his recent memoir. “Salt & Pepper Cooking.”
 
A virtual trip to Agadez, Niger with New Castle, NH resident Leonard Seagren…
 

View AuctionTrips:

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A special thank you to our sponsors, without whom, none of this would be possible. Also thank you to everyone who donated items and treasures to our event.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 Joan and Frank Graf

Lee and John Lamson
 
Mary Hulings Rice
   

 


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