Albany historic landmark opens for locavore celebration

Albany's St. Joseph's cathedral will be opening its doors for a "Spring Deliverance" celebration featuring food prepared by the Chefs Consortium, Hudson Valley Wines, Live Music and Art Exhibit.

Online PR News – 27-April-2011 – – Albany's St. Joseph's, a National Registry of Historic Landmarks property will be hosting a "Spring Deliverance" celebration of local Albany. Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 14, 2011 - 6:00PM - 9:00PM. Food prepared from locally-sourced ingredients will be served by the Hudson Valley's own Chefs Consortium. It's all about locavore and the preservation of one of legendary architect Patrick Keely's monumental buildings which he created for the Roman Catholic Church.

Under 1860's Gothic Revival detailed wood carvings, expansive arches and eyes of wooden angels, the Chefs Consortium’s Noah Sheetz, Rebecca Joyner, Nicci Cagan, John Peterson and Jeff Loshinsky will prepare culinary treats. Fresh, local ingredients from Albany area farms, food producers and Hudson Valley wineries will be on the menu. Its huge spiritually-inspired interior will be filled with the Bluegrass, Blues and Jazz music of Dan Johnson and His Expert Side Men, Matt Durfee and Andy Sink. High arched wood carved walls will be covered with the artwork of Albany artists like Jennifer Grainer and Chip Fasciana, founder of Albany Underground Artists.

Tickets are $20, reservations are required
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St. Joseph’s church is at 38 Ten Broeck Street, Albany New York, at the corner of Ten Broeck and 2nd Streets, two blocks North off Clinton Avenue.