An evening with the music of Kyle Dillingham
& continental cuisine of Arthur Hughes Horne.
“Ken Burns and I travel all over the United States. After hearing your performance, we turned to each and agreed that we had witnessed something amazing.” – Paula Kerger, President of PBS
Arthur Hughes “Bub” Horne graduated from the Culinary Institute of America (The real CIA!) in Hyde Park, New York and cooked at several New York City venues, including the Four Seasons, One Fifth Avenue and Windows on the World, the restaurant on the top floor of the World Trade Center. He and his family operated Liaison Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah for more than a decade. He consults as Research and Development Chef for new product development for Daymon Associates and cooks at various venues in Salt Lake City.
Our meal will consist of seven courses, individually served, all specially designed by the chef. Our menu reflects Bub’s commitment that one should “Prepare the food without hurting it. Always work to preserve the integrity of your ingredients.”
Following dinner there will be a concert featuring the high energy performance of Kyle Dillingham. Kyle taught himself to play violin and fiddle at the age of nine on an instrument he purchased at a yard sale. By age 17 he was on the stage at the Grand Ol’ Opry in Nashville. An Oklahoma and United States Musical Ambassador, Kyle has performed in more than 30 countries on behalf of the US Department of State.
His boundless talent, love of music and approachable style will make this truly “Something Amazing,” and a night you will never forget.
The event is hosted by First Congregational United Church of Christ, 310 N 27th Street in downtown Billings. Tickets for the dinner and concert are available for $75 and for the concert alone $25. Dinner begins at 6:00pm, Concert at 7:30pm.
All proceeds go to fund the missions of the Montana-Northern Wyoming Conference of the United Church of Christ including Rocky Mountain College, the Campus Ministry of MSU Billings, Intermountain Children’s Home and Camp Mimanagish.
For more information contact John Sellers at 290-4253.