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.
Wednesday — Wine 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.
Saturday — Novare 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.
Sunday — Dobra Tea is teaching an Intro to Tea class and the last performance of Farms & Fables is taking place.
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.