Harvest Hosts 3rd Annual Winter Ice Party

On February 25, Harvest teams up with Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts to help those transitioning out of homelessness.


The team at Harvest welcomes guests to the 3rd Annual Winter Ice Party on their heated patio with proceeds from ticket sales going towards Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts.

Join Harvest on Sunday, February 25, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., to dance, drink, and dine at the 3rd Annual Winter Ice Party. DJ Ryan Brown will play top hits while guests sip on frosty Harpoons and wintry ice luge drinks made with Knob Creek Straight Rye Whiskey. Executive chef Tyler Kinnett is serving up an array of fresh New England cuisine and party favorite bites including oysters, confit pork ribs, and sandwiches, charred beets, fried mac & cheese, and homemade pretzels. Finish off the night with sweets from an exclusive dessert bar specially prepared by Food Network’s Holiday Baking Championship finalist and executive pastry chef Joshua Livsey. Satisfy your sweet tooth with snowflake sugar cookies, French macaroons, doughnuts, and hot chocolate spheres.                         

This year, Harvest is joining forces with Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts whose mission is to help families who are transitioning out of homelessness create a home for themselves. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales will go toward providing families with basic furniture and household goods necessary to create a comfortable and nurturing environment.                            

Harvest, 44 Brattle St., Cambridge, 617.868.2255, harvestcambridge.com

Price is $55 per person. Space is limited, and reservations are required. Call 617.868.2255 directly to book seats. Or visit to eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-harvest-winter-ice-party-tickets-42214254973 purchase tickets.

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