This Week’s Events: Food Day, Latte Art, UFF Workshops, Gothic Halloween Dinner, Farms & Fables

Monday — it’s the 2011 Food Day. As one of the many events taking place nation-wide Congresswoman Chellie Pingree will be at Jordan’s Farm in Cape Elizabeth at noon to “announce the introduction of The Local Farm, Food, and Jobs Act, a bill that prioritizes local and regional food systems in the 2012 Farm Bill.”

Tuesday — the Urban Farm Fermentory is holding a kombucha workshop.

WednesdayWine Wise is teaching a class on the top white grape varietals, and the Monument Square Farmers Market is taking place.

Thursday — Bard Coffee is hosting the monthly Latte Art Throwdown, Bibo’s is holding  a beer and wine dinner, there will be a wine tasting at Browne Trading, Urban Farm Fermentory is offering a hard cider workshop, there will be a preview performance of Farms & Fables, and  the South Portland Farmers Market is taking place.

Friday — it’s the first of two nights that Hugo’s will be serving a 6-course Gothic Halloween Dinner, and there will be a performance of the play Farms & Fables.

SaturdayNovare Res is celebrating Harvest Fest with a special line-up of ciders, meads and Fall beers, there will be two performances of Farms & Fables, a Tutti a Tavola cooking class will be held at Cinque Terre and a mead workshop at the Urban Farm Fermentory, it’s the last night of the Gothic Halloween dinner at Hugo’s, the Deering Oaks Farmers Market is taking place.

SundayDobra Tea is teaching an Intro to Tea class and the last performance of Farms & Fables is taking place.

 

For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.

If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.