Bay Harbor Hopes to Set World Record for Largest Gathering of People Breaking Bread

The Bay Harbor Foundation is hosting a community dinner to try and set a Guinness World Record for the most people breaking bread. The four-course, farm-to-table dinner will be held on Main Street in Bay Harbor on Thursday, August 30.

RSVP by Friday, August 24
Sign up early for best seating. Tickets cost $35 each.
For reservations, call 231.439.2700 or mail the reservation form to:
Bay Harbor Foundation, 750 Bay Harbor Drive, Bay Harbor, MI 49770
RSVP form for Community Dinner

In 2009, the Bay Harbor Foundation set the record for the World’s Largest Parade of Electric Vehicles. Now the foundation is working to set a new record. Guests will enjoy a candlelit dinner on linen-covered tables decorated with sunflowers along 300 feet of Main Street in the Village at Bay Harbor.

Guests will be served a delicious four-course dinner, plus a welcome tasting. The meal will showcase meats and vegetables sourced from local farms, and a chef introduction will accompany each course. All Bay Harbor restaurants and chefs will be contributing to this event, along with many local wineries.

Following the 6 p.m. dinner, a celebration tent with live music and dancing will be open on the marina lawn.

Guests from throughout the Little Traverse Bay Region are welcome to join in this world record attempt, and profits will support the immediate health and human service needs in the community. Organizations that will benefit include the Manna Food Project, Feeding America, McLaren Northern Michigan Foundation, Christ Child Society of Northern Michigan, Nehemiah Project and more.


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