Please plan to join us at these wonderful events, classes and shows! Some are right here on the farm and others are off-site, both local and out of town.
January 21 – Winter Cocktails – 2 to 4pm
We look forward to introducing our new Beet Shrub made from Pennsylvania grown, organic beets! A guest mixologist from Wigle Whiskey in Pittsburgh will join us with their most popular Shrub cocktails for sampling. Don’t miss this well-rooted cocktail event!
January 28 – Soups & Sandwiches – 2 to 4pm
Join us for this quintessential pairing of these favorite winter comfort foods. We will be creating some really unique and delicious soups & sandwiches!
February 4 – Wonderful Winter Roots – 2 to 4pm
This afternoon will highlight the many wonderful possibilities of cooking with hearty winter roots. You are sure to be tastefully surprised!
February 11 – Valentine Treats – 2 to 4pm
What could be better than an afternoon devoted to sampling special treats for those we love – including our children, spouses, parents, friends…
February 18 – Blind Spot Nut Butters – 2 to 4pm
Not your average Skippy, the Blind Spot Nut Butter folks from York, PA, will be sampling of their fabulous nut butter creations.
February 25 – Skillet Flatbreads – 2 to 4pm
Need a fast and delicious go-to meal? Come sample our skillet flatbread creations and get some great ideas to make your own fabulous taste sensations.
Save the Date!
March 25, 2017
Off-Site Exhibits & Shows:
February 2-4, 2017
Annual Farming for the Future Conference presented by PASA, The Penn Stater Conference Center, State College, PA
Widely regarded as the best of its kind in the East, this annual event brings together an audience of over 2,000 farmers, processors, consumers, students, environmentalists and business and community leaders.
March 10-19, 2017
The Philadelphia Flower Show, presented by PHS, PA Horticultural Society, Pennsylvania Convention Center, 12th & Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19107
The Flower Show is a top destination and “must experience” horticultural event, a showcase of excellence that dating back to 1829 attracting 250,000 visitors annually to the Pennsylvania Convention Center.