Farm & Food Friday

Happy Wednesday, y’all! It’s only midweek, but wanted to give you a heads-up about what’s going on TODAY and then a pretty awesome event going down this weekend that you may want to plan ahead to attend.

Wednesday, April 22
Midweek Market returns
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market – 8am to 1pm

Old Mill of Guilford will have grits sample to preview the April 25th Gritty Blues Breakfast.  Tracy Lamothe of Blue Spoon Cooking School will offer free tastings of market sourced foods.

Blue Stone Bodyworks will offer chair massages by the minute and Small Potatoes Mobile Kitchen will be serving lunch, as well as to-go items available from LOAF Bakery and REAL Catering, with items such as pimento cheese and chicken salad.

Who’s there: Angel Aprons, Augustino Gusto-sweet & savory treats, Shirley Broome, Cookie Gurlie, Feeberts Bakery gluten free, Gethsemane Gardens, Huckleberry Creek, Jean Lineberry, LOAF Bakery, Lou Humphries, Massey Creek, Max & Friends, Mighty Tendril, Mindenhill Farm, Pulley’s Sauce, Quaker Acre Apiaries, Rebecca’s Captivations, REAL Catering, Rudd Farms, Six Gunn, Smith Seafood & Greenhouses, Teahuggers, Two Shovels,  and Terri McNaughton Urban Gardens

Saturday & Sunday, April 25 & 26
Triangle Farm Tour (AKA Piedmont Farm Tour)
2-6pm both days
$35 day of, $30 if you buy ahead-includes as many farms as you can tour for both days

Dozens of farms all from Burlington to Raleigh and Pittsboro up to Roxboro open their gates for you to meet them and check out their farms.

All the details are HERE

Come learn about the Triangle’s local and organic farm & food scene. Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the oldest and largest farm tour of its kind, meet your local farmers & tour their farms!

Saturday, April 25
incrEDIBLE Plant Sale
The Edible Schoolyard
220 N Church Street, Greensboro
10am – 2pm

Join us Saturday, April 25th for our third annual plant sale! Stop by and purchase herb, flower, and vegetable plants or just enjoy the garden, food, and music. Everything goes to support our work in food education.
Click here for more information

The Edible Schoolyard is just next to the Greensboro Children’s Museum and just a few blocks from the Greensboro Farmer’s Curb Market. If you haven’t been, you should stop by just to check out the lovely space and tell them hello! They’ll also have a food truck there.


And if you have an upcoming event, let us know (just comment below).

If you know of a place consolidating food or farm info, please let me know! Until then, I’ll provide periodic updates of the happenings in the Piedmont Triad.

 

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