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Harvest Festival/Barn Dance- Saturday September, 26th, 2015

Potluck @ 5:30pm

Dance @ 7pm

Bring you’re favorite dish to pass, dinnerware, appropriate dress, and you’re square dancing shoes/boots

Community event, no charge, no alcohol please.

Dr Charles Huebner, Northern Michigan Rheumatologist, will be on the farm to present a lecture on the relationship between the food we eat and our health.  Please join us on September 24th at 7pm.  This is a free event but RSVP is appreciated.  231-838-3859.

The gardens are growing and our first baskets of fresh biodynamic produce will be distributed in early June.   There is still time to join!    Call Mary @ 231-838-3859 for details.

Jessie Hadley and Mary Zandee of Woods & Water Ecotours have put together a wellness retreat and have asked Mary (Rapin, RPh) to be part of it!  She will be spending one evening during the retreat discussing health and quality of life issues connected with menopause AND will be delighted to serve a delicious meal made with her wholesome Bliss Gardens Produce!  For Details Call Jessie at 906-484-4157 or email her at info@WoodsWaterEcotours.com

 

Baking Beyond the Basics: September 9th 6:00-7:30
Learn the technique behind making moist, delicate scones, traditional Italian biscotti, and foolproof chocolate cake (that happens to be vegan! Though you would never know it…).
Hands-on/demo combination – you’ll be sent home with recipes and a generous sampling of the featured treats.
12 maximum
$30 – 50 sliding scale, pay what you can (scholarships available)

Kimchi Workshop: 6:00 – 7:30 September 11th
Learn about vegetable fermentation and how to make a delicious spin on the traditional Korean sauerkraut using cabbage, carrots, garlic and green onion from our farm. Hands-on workshop, make your own two jars of Kimchi. ($5 off if you bring your own jars!)
8 maximum
$25

call Katherine at 231-838-1434 to reserve a space!

Sunday August 17th @ 4:30PM and Wednesday August 20th @ 5:30PM

Harvest from the gardens and prepare a farm fresh vegetarian meal!
Learn about growing, harvesting, and preparing seasonal vegetables and enjoy the “fruits” of the harvest. Menu is to be determined but will include 1 appetizer plus 3 other dishes.

Class is limited to 8-10 and cost is $35 (gratuity optional) with scholarships available.
Call 231-838-3859!

Please join us for our annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 13th.

5 pm – community potluck and farm tours

7 pm – square dancing

9 pm – local musician Charlie Millard

Bring a dish to pass and your dancing shoes; come when you can, stay as long as you like!

Harvest Festival Flier 2014