2nd ANNUAL SWALLOWTAIL FARM SPRING FESTIVAL 2011
TO FEATURE HUDOST, LEVEK AND OTHER LOCAL BANDS
ALONG WITH FARM TO PLATE DINNER, LOCAL FOOD, WORKSHOPS and HEALING ARTS
The 2nd Annual Swallowtail Farm Spring Festival is a celebration of everything good, green and local. And again, it’s powered by the Sun, thanks to Pure Energy Solar and their Tower of Power.
Concert on the Green
featuring HuDost, Levek, DJ A-Train, Patrick David Koch, The Babylonians, Danielle DeCosmo, The Erasables, Mindrise, The Shambles, Susan Perko, Wester Joseph, Warfield, The Hard Luck Society, & Tres Pelo. A fine day of Gainesville’s sweetest sounds.
3 Chefs 4 Courses
Swallowtail’s inaugural Farm to Plate Fundraiser Dinner
featuring Chefs Mark Newman of Leonardo’s 706, Amanda Bisson of Mildred’s, and Mike Riska of The Jones, and the freshest dining experience you’ll ever have. Eat out of the garden, in the garden.
Limited to 50 Plates. $50 per plate. For advance tickets, contact Noah at 352-327-1175.
Fine Local Food from The Jones Eastside, Leonardo’s 706, Ivey’s Grill, Sisters Cafe, and Swamphead Brewery’s award-winning local beer.
Whole Farm Workshops
Get your hands in the dirt. Participate in the myriad elements of creating a whole farm organism. Plant a permaculture garden, harvest (and eat!) honey from our bees, plant an orchard, plant native trees & shrubs, connect a rainwater irrigation system, and make compost!
Facilitated by professionals from Abundant Edible Landscapes, Comet Farm, and of course Swallowtail Farm.
The kids can stay cool with a slip & slide, hayrides, bubbles and hula hoops.
Sanctuary Yoga presents a demonstration in the art of movement. Also enjoy chair massages and henna art by local healers and practitioners.
Local Farm & Food Expo
Meet your farmers and the local food community:
Abundant Edible Landscapes, Comet Farm, Kumarie’s Organic Farm, Sandhill Farm, Swallowtail Farm, Florida Organic Growers, Slow Food, Citizens’ Co-op, and more.
Swallowtail Farm Spring Festival 2011
Sunday, April 10 · 12:00pm – 9:00pm
$12 Suggested Donation to benefit Swallowtail Farm
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