The Party Under the Harvest Moon is a an important source of funding for
Food For Free's 
Food Rescue & Distribution Program.


It's also a heck of a fun evening! We've got live music, a silent auction, and of course, plentiful food, sweets, and libations from our amazing donors. Join us!

 

The Party Under the Harvest Moon
Friday, October 14th, 2016 | 6-10pm

MIT's Morss Hall

Every dollar spent on tickets , auction bids, sponsorships , and donations helps us  rescue fresh food that would otherwise go to waste , and then get that food to people who need it. 

Last year, we distributed 2 million lbs of food, and 90% of that was rescued food that might otherwise have been wasted. Thank you for your generous support!



Come hang with our HONORARY CO-CHAIRS:

Ray Magliozzi
, host of Car Talk
Robin Young, co-host of Here and Now and award-winning documentary filmmaker

And our MASTER OF CEREMONIES:
Rick Jenkins
, owner-manager of The Comedy Studio

      


Enjoy FOOD AND DRINK from these delicious donors:
 


Bid on exciting items in our SILENT AUCTION :
Now open for online bidding!

  • Relax on the beach for a whole week and the lovely and historic Chandler Cottage in Manomet, MA!
  • Get away for the weekend with a trip to Cape Cod, the Berkshires, Vermont, or New Hampshire!
  • Enjoy tickets galore—for theater, music, tours, outdoor fun, family-friendly adventures, and more!
  • Tour the rooftop farm at Fenway Park with the founder and CEO of Green City Growers—a behind-the-scenes experience not available anywhere else!

 Auction is currently open for bidding—browse items by category from the left sidebar menu!
Anyone can bid, whether you're attending our Party in person or not.

Auction will close at approximately 8:30pm on Friday, October 14th.
[more info about bidding]


Wear your DANCING SHOES and enjoy LIVE MUSIC
by rootsy-bluesy favorites ONE THIN DIME!


PARKING INFORMATION:

We suggest you check out this page, which lists both pay-parking lots near MIT,
as well as on-campus lots that do not require MIT permits after 5 pm:

http://web.mit.edu/facilities/transportation/parking/visitors/public_parking.html
MIT asks that you please note: the Hayward Lot is no longer available for parking, as it has been in years past.



Many thanks to our generous SPONSORS , who make this event possible!