Sno-Valley Spring SowDown!
Sunday May 6th
Meet the farmers from local organic farms, and get a glimpse of what life is like on the farm in spring. Come explore, plant, learn, and celebrate!
hosted by Oxbow Farm
We’ve ordered the sun for Sunday and we have a wonderful day planned!
10:00am ~ Welcome and Kick off by farmer Sarah!
10:15 to 11:45 ~ Farm Tours and Forage Walks & Explore Farm Booths and Activities
10:30 & 11:15 ~ Container Gardening Demos w/ Amy Pennington
11:45 ~ Kids Cooking Demo w/ Chef & Father Greg Johnson
12:15 ~ Farm Fresh Picnic Lunch and Music
1:30 to 2:00 ~ Maypole Celebration and Closing
Finally, and most excitingly, we’ve invited some amazing guest speakers and educators that you will not want to miss.
Heidi Bohan is a published author, ethnobotanist and one of the regions foremost experts in native plants and their uses. We’re super excited that Heidi has agreed to lead a foraging walk on Oxbow’s land during the event. This is an amazing opportunity to learn about native edibles from the best.
Amy Pennington is a published author of two books and a regular contributor to several publications and radio stations. She is also the host of KCTS 9’s “Check Please,Northwest.” We’re thrilled that Amy’s agreed to lead a workshop on container gardening. She will show us how to grow our best vegetables in small spaces.
Greg Johnson is a chef and father who has merged his two passions–cooking great food and being a great dad–into one career. Greg is well known for his skills as a chef and now his talents to Oxbow to show both parents and kids how easy it is to cook great food, straight off the farm. He’ll have hands-on activities for the kids too!
Sarah Cassidy is the Educational Director at Oxbow Education, but that title doesn’t describe what magic she creates. She has cultivated a wonderful place for children to learn and explore. Sarah will be leading a tour of the children’s garden and playground and showing us where our food starts.
Guess you better get your tickets now so you don’t miss out on what promises to be, not only a great day, but educational too!
Tickets can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets and are $5 for adults, kids are FREE. A farm fresh lunch is available for additional purchase – $10 for adults or $5 for kids.