Who else will be attending the Philly Farm & Food Fest this Sunday? We are beyond excited to be able to spend a few hours to support our local growers and food producers. We try our best to shop small and support local, we are blessed to have some pretty awesome farms in very close proximity to where we live. We frequent Stella’s, Conte’s, Johnson’s, Springdale Farms. We love going to the Collingswood Farmer’s Market on Saturdays so that we can be able to have a variety of produce and farms to support. Not to mention the countless hours that we could spend in the Reading Terminal Market.
We have also contemplated joining a co-op and we go back and forth every year about if we should or not. So I’m looking forward to seeing the CSA Pop Up Shops throughout the event, so that maybe I can get some better clarification on whether it’s the right decision for us.
We love that this is a family friendly event with so much to do and see. Awesome features of the event that we are interested in are the workshops and cooking demos, checking out some of the local cookbook authors, opportunities for the kiddos to learn, touch, and taste, and of course the Local Libations Lounge.
Tickets are only $20, and children under 12 are free! BUY TICKETS ONLINE
It is going to be an absolutely great way to spend a Sunday. Join us! Please let us know if we’ll see you there!
For more information about the 2015 Philadelphia Farm & Food Fest, please visit www.phillyfarmfest.org. Fans can also follow them on Twitter (@PhillyFarmFest, @FairFoodStand and @pasafarming) and “like” them on Facebook (Farm & Food Fest, Fair Food and PASA). Also follow along with #PhillyFarmFest
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