Tuesday — Kate McCarty will be teaching a canning workshop, and the Local Foods Networking Breakfast will take place at Local Sprouts.
Wednesday — Black Tie will be serving a Graze Farm dinner in New Gloucester, and the Monument Square Farmers Market are taking place.
Thursday — canning expert Marisa McClellan will give a demonstration of urban canning and preserving techniques.
Saturday — the Deering Oaks Farmers Market is taking place.
Sunday — Chefs Andrew Taylor and Mike Wiley will be preparing an Outstanding in the Field dinner., and Gather will preparing a Frontier Family Farm Feast at Wolfe’s Neck Farm.
Hunt & Alpine 1st Anniversary — the Hunt & Alpine Club is throwing a party to celebrate their 1-year anniversary which will feature “special all-you-can-drink/eat menu, prohibition-era tunes by Club Hot du Monde and a few surprises”. The part is taking place September 5, 4-8pm. Tickets are $50 and are now on sale at Brown Paper Tickets.
Bartender’s Brunch — a collaboration by Coffee By Design, Maine Beer Company, Novare Res Bier Cafe, In’finiti, Maine Pie Line and Holy Donut. to celebrate Maine Beer Company’s 5th Anniversar. MBC will release 2014, a maple imperial stout with cold pressed Ethiopian coffee, at the brunch. September 7th, 1-3pm. Tickets are $25 and are now on sale at Brown Paper Tickets.
Labor of Love Tasting Dinner — A “culinary journey of nineteen different items, consisting of eight savory courses, eight savory snacks, and three small desserts. All will, of course, be crafted from 100% local ingredients, grown organically or sustainably foraged from the wild.” August 30th. Tickets are $90 per person and are now on sale at Brown Paper Tickets.
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