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Combining visionary ideas and unforgettable cuisine two farm tables, as well as a microphone, invite our guests to feed all five senses while creating food for thought.

As a guest, you’ll take part in incredible, transparently-sourced, farm fresh meal accompanied by a diverse array of exciting guest speakers from the frontiers of entertainment, technology, and culture. It’s an evening to stimulate both your palate and mind, leaving you with a full belly and a renewed hunger for the possibilities that surround us.

WHEN

SATURDAY
June 22, 2019
6:00pm – 9:30pm

WHERE

Caravan Outpost
317 Bryant St
Ojai, CA 93023

Caravan Outpost is a garden filled with Airstreams, in Ojai, CA. One of the most unique places to stay in all of America.

Chef Joshua Luce of Neighbor in Venice Beach, CA

Chef Joshua Luce started his culinary career at the French Culinary Institute in NYC learning the building blocks of cuisine from legendary chefs such as the iconic Jacques Pepin.  After several years working through intense kitchens run by the likes of Craig Koketsu and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, he took a formative position as chef de partie for Terrance Brennan at his famed Picholine restaurant (**).  It was here that he began to learn what it takes to work in a Michelin level kitchen operation. Next, a rare opportunity came to join the kitchen brigade at the Alain Ducasse outpost in the St. Regis Hotel and he had the great privilege to work alongside the passionate Didier Elena who continues to be a source of mentorship to this day.  Joshua returned to his native California in 2012 to run the fine dining restaurant at the Peninsula Beverly Hills and later held a position as the executive sous chef at the Ace Hotel DTLA. After over a decade in the top echelon of the industry, Joshua jumped at the chance to open a restaurant Neighbor in Venice Beach as the executive chef.  Throughout this ongoing process, Joshua’s mission statement has remained consistent: “I’ve always stayed focused on delivering the best possible culinary experience through a combination of well-studied technique and outstanding quality product.”

Speaker – SEBASTIAN TERRY – 100 THINGS
“100 Things – Whats On Your List?”


Sebastian Terry – Author of “100 Things … What’s On Your List?”

Known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things that he wants to achieve before he dies, Sebastian Terry’s story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching; permission, choice, growth and connection. Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experienced a moment in his life where he asked himself a simple question; ‘Am I happy?’. The answer was NO and so he decided to pen down a list of 100 Things that he’d always wanted to achieve.

Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian’s incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe of hundreds of thousands to not just set meaningful goals, but pull the trigger and achieve them- all whilst helping others do the same.

Today 100 Things acts as a conduit introducing those in need of help to those who are able to help. This latest evolution is called Kindsum. In this way, the journey has become less about Sebastian’s list and more about the art of helping. Sebastian spends his time traveling the world connecting strangers to help each other.

Turned into a best selling book (‘100 Things’), a Discovery Channel documentary (‘100 things to do before you die’) and most recently a US-based reality TV show (‘100 Things) where Sebastian travels the world helping complete strangers achieve their specific dreams, 100 Things inspires people and organizations to gain perspective, think big and be the best they can be on every level so that others can follow suit.

‘In case of an emergency oxygen masks will fall from the ceiling. Please put yours on first before helping others’

Known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things that he wants to achieve before he dies, Sebastian Terry’s story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching; permission, choice, growth and connection.

Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experienced a moment in his life where he asked himself a simple question; ‘Am I happy?’. The answer was NO and so he decided to pen down a list of 100 Things that he’d always wanted to achieve.

Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian’s incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe of hundreds of thousands to not just set meaningful goals, but pull the trigger and achieve them- all whilst helping others do the same.

“I thought initially that it would take me 100 Things to reach a state of fulfilment but it’s taken me 72 things to realise that ‘ticks’ are just the beginning. The key to growth and happiness is finding out who you are on a primal level and then being that person, each and every day.”

Today 100 Things acts as a conduit introducing those in need of help to those who are able to help. This latest evolution is called Kindsum. In this way, the journey has become less about Sebastian’s list and more about the art of helping. Sebastian spends his time traveling the world connecting strangers to help each other.

Turned into a best selling book (‘100 Things’), an ESPN documentary (‘100 things to do before you die’) and most recently a US-based reality TV show (‘100 Things) where Sebastian travels the world helping complete strangers achieve their specific dreams, 100 Things inspires people and organisations to gain perspective, think big and be the best they can be on every level so that others can follow suit.

From marrying a stranger in Las Vegas, delivering a baby in Canada and even representing the Mauritian national rugby team at the African Championships (they won!), Sebastian’s most profound moment was when he was first contacted by a suicidal stranger who needed help.

100 Things is no longer about one person, it’s about everybody.

Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and inspire motivation, the 100 Things keynote is like no other and will re-engage, connect and inspire your organisation to move forward as one.

What’s on your list?

CARAVAN OUTPOST AIRSTREAM CAMPING EXPERIENCE:
Spend Friday & Saturday Night in one of the luxury Airstreams at Caravan Outpost. Reserve your trailer at https://caravanoutpostojai.com
MENU:
Please make a note, when checking out if you’d like gluten-free and/or vegetarian.

The central coast of California is an American Viticultural Area that spans from Santa Barbara County in the south to Monterey County in the north, influenced greatly by the majestic Pacific Ocean. Hidden away inside this extraordinary region contains what could be described as the “Original California Cuisine”. Pulling products directly from the amazing local agriculture and perfecting a cooking style directly over coast live oak are the two major tenets of this tradition. Accentuated by other staples that the climate provides, including incredible boutique wines and extra virgin olive oil, a pure expression of craft and flavor tells the story of the bountiful region.

Drinks provided by Ancient Peaks Winery, Malfy Gin and Illy Coffee.

The Details

SCHEDULE:
6:00pm – Check-in and Appetizers/Pairings
8:13pm – Soak in the Sunset
8:15pm – Special Speaker – Sebastian Terry
9:30pm – End

TICKETS:
$100.00: Dinner – Food w/ Wine & Drink pairings
$85.00: Dinner – Food Only
$25.00 : Speaker Only and Tickets for Wine / Drinks

PARKING:
Street parking available.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:
This is outdoors! Wear proper shoes and warm jackets as it can get chilly.

SALES ARE FINAL:
All tickets are final. There are no refunds. In the event of a cancellation, refunds will be made.

ALL AGES WELCOME:
All ages event, but you must be at least 21 years old to drink alcohol. Please have your ID ready as we will be checking name and age.

PLEASE BE CLASSY AND DRINK RESPONSIBLY!

Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is limited and going quickly at http://2ftam.com
All tickets are WILL-CALL.

This great bit of information came to us from the lovely Jean-Marie Manning. Thanks Jean-Marie!

Cheers,

Jean-Marie Manning

DivineCocktailer.com

JMRestaurantConsulting.com

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