Join us at our AGM and Producers’ Fair at 1 PM, Sunday 21 April at Casa Dea Winery on Greer Rd.
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The afternoon starts with complimentary pizza, followed by a short business meeting and then our producers’ fair. Confirmed producers and vendors are:
- Valley Pine Farms with their locally grown and milled flours
- Angelo Bean with samples of his wonderful sausages
- Thyme Again Farms, taking orders for organic turkeys for this fall and Xmas, selling local garlic and other farm products and signing folks up for their CSA
- Meghan Van Horne of the Regent Farm, selling her Barley Days sourdough, sourdough olive bread, baguettes and preserves and pickles
- Pyramid Ferments will have some of their wonderful fermented sauerkrauts, kimchi and other products available.
- Ed & Sandy Taylor with fresh crop maple syrup, parsnips and Jersualem artichokes
- The Wonderful Weiner Wagon and Farm 77 will have local sausages for sale
Meet the folks behind the 24-7 Producers Collective, the Wellington Farmers Market and the new Picton Farmers Market. Join Fiddlehead Farm’s CSA, talk to the Accidental Farmer about his organic pork, talk to Stonehouse Farms about their chickens, ducks, rabbits and eggs. And who knows who else will come.
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1. Slow Food the County will be holding its Annual General Meeting at Casa Dea Winery on Greer Road at 2 PM on Sunday 21 April. In addition to our business meeting, we will have a producer’s fair with booths from farmers and other producers. If you are interested in having a booth, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Priority will be given to SF members. Snacks will be provided and Casa Dea wines will be available to purchase by the glass.
2. On March 16th, we be holding our The Great Prohibition Cocktail Party at Gilead Distillery at 66 Gilead Rd. in the County. Chef Michael Hoy will be providing appetizers to accompany the cocktails made from Gilead Distillery’s excellent products. There are a limited number of spaces but still a few available at $ 45 per person. Contact Cynthia Peters at email@example.com
3. On April 20th, we will be holding a Spanish themed dinner at a private residence in Milford. Chef Meghan Van Horne of the Regent Café will prepare a five course dinner based on her internship in Spain. Matching wines will be provided and the total cost per person will be $ 100. There are 12 places in total and there are only a few left. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.