The Tuesday night dinner will be hosted at Bozarth Mansion which is perched above the Little Spokane River on 8.2 lush acres. The Bozarth Mansion and Retreat Center was originally known as " Waikiki". The mansion, which was designed by famed architect Kirkland K. Cutter, was constructed at a cost of approximately $100,000 in 1911-1913. The famed Olmstead Brothers of Boston designed the gardens and underground water system and the interiors were by Elsie de Wolfe, America's first well-known decorator. The university purchased the Waikiki Mansion from a group of developers who had acquired the property and surrounding acreage in about 1960 from the estate of Mrs. Charles Marr. For more information on the history of Bozarth Mansion please visit the website. If you are bringing a guest please submit your payment here.
Beacon Hill House Salad of baby spinach and arugula, fresh strawberries and blackberries, shaved Italian cheeses, toasted pine nuts and a lemon vinaigrette
Artisan whole wheat bread and apricot-thyme butter
Slow-roasted bison tri-tip with a red wine and fresh herb relish
Cedar plank grilled sockeye salmon and huckleberry pinot noir sauce
Northwest white cheddar mashed potatoes
Spring pea salad with walnut oil and dates