Join the Oinkari Basque Dancers for a night of feasting, music and dancing, when we turn downtown Boise’s Basque Center into a traditional Basque sagardotegi (ciderhouse.) Ciderhouse fare is traditionally a menu of cod sautéed with onions, peppers and garlic and a cod revuelto (omelet), thick-cut steaks as the main course, and bread, walnuts and Basque cheese.
The highlight of the night, of course, will be the Basque hard cider, sagardoa, which will run freely from big wooden barrels, with periodic toasts of the cidermaster yelling “txotx!” to signal guests to refill their glasses.
Ticket prices are $50/person or $90/pair, which includes a family-style dinner of high-quality Basque ingredients, your fill of sagardoa (hard cider), and entertainment from Basque folk musicians. This is a fundraiser benefitting the Oinkari Basque dancers and the Basque music group Amuma Says No, who are raising money to travel back to the Basque region of Spain to showcase Boise culture and learn new dance repetoire.
Seating is limited, and only paid reservations will be honored. Reservation deadline is October 11th.
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