A celebration of Local Farming, Community and Commerce September 26, 2009 Saratoga Springs, NY
Two great locations – food, fun and live music by two of the regions best female fronted bands!
PART 1: 12PM – 3PM: GROW LOCAL – SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND HEALTHY ECONOMIES
MOUZON HOUSE – HIGH ROCK AVENUE – Kids Age 12 and under get in FREE
LOCAL LUNCH Local chicken from Sap Bush Hollow with maque choux over risotto, vegetable beignets, Vietnamese fresh spring rolls, and Farmer’s Market Garbage Bread.
COOKING WITH THE SEASONS A lively cooking demonstration by chef-extraordinaire, David Pedinotti of Mouzon House.
Unlock the amazing farm-fresh flavors of seasonal, local ingredients year-round.
SHOPPING WITH YOUR VALUES Celebrate the release of our 2010 Local Living Guide edition–50% more businesses, nearly 2X the savings. Receive 20% off at Harvest Fest! Support local, save big!
FARMONY: A short film and live music by Railbird. The debut performance of songs about three local farms, a project funded by SPAF. Take home the Farmony songs for free!
KIDS KORNER WITH KATIE Make your own lunch with local ingredients: fresh apples, homemade jelly, local peanut butter and fresh baked bread, among other local yummies! Other fun activities for kids will be offered!
3PM-5M – LOCAL COMMUNITY Meet and greet your neighborhood business people: participating merchants will double-up on the coupon values in the 2010 Local Living Guide during these hours. Shop Local, Save Big!
6PM: THE SLOWDOWN – STEWS, BREWS AND MUSIC
Parting Glass Pub, Lake and Henry Streets
SLOW MONEY How Local Currency Builds Local Value: guest speaker: Jasmine Stine of Berkshares, Great Barrington, MA, Sponsored by Sustainable Saratoga Task Force
SLOW FOOD Autumn Stew Buffet – slow cooked, locally sourced beef and vegan versions & locally baked bread. Sponsored by Mack Brook Farm, Kilpatrick Family Farm & Bread Basket Bakery.
One Complimentary Beer or Apple Cider, Sponsored by Olde Saratoga Brewing Co. & Saratoga Apple
DESSERT Apple Crisp, Sponsored by Saratoga Apple
MUSIC FEATURE Slow-core electric blues with the Ashley Pond Band (voted Metroland’s Best New Solo Artist)
$15/person Part 1 • $20/person Part 2 • $30/person Parts 1 & 2 • $10/person Music Only – 8:00PM
Advanced Sale Tickets available online at www.ecolocalliving.com or call 858-6866 for more information