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Edible Events: Oct-Nov 2017

October 05, 2017
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Seed to Feed Dinner, October 6th at Old Friends Farm, Georgetown

October 6, Friday, 6pm
Seed to Feed Dinner
Old Friends Farm, 1841 Paynes Depot Rd., Georgetown

Sponsored by Local Feed and the Georgetown/Scott County Tourism Commission. Featuring a bourbon tasting and hors d’oeuvres followed by a six-course dinner from Chef Justin Thompson and Chef Philip Cronin from Succotash in Washington, DC. LocalFeedKy.com

October 8, Sunday noon–4pm
South Points Buy Local Fair
Iroquois Park Amphitheater, 1080 Amphitheater Rd., Louisville

Sponsored by Louisville Independent Business Alliance, the Fair promotes South Louisville businesses. Music, kids’ area, food court, craft beer, local wine, pumpkins and more. Admission and parking free. KeepLouisvilleWeird.com

October 11–15, Wednesday–Sunday, times vary
The Bourbon Social
Various locations around Central Kentucky

Celebrating America’s native spirit, and the people, places and things that make it so tasty. Ticket prices range from free to $250. TheBourbonSocial.com

October 13, Friday, 6–9pm
Uspiritus Harvest for Hope Farm to Table Dinner
Bellewood Campus, 11103 Park Rd., Louisville

A multi-course dinner prepared by some of Louisville’s finest chefs using fresh, locally grown ingredients. Proceeds benefit Uspiritus programming. Uspiritus.org/harvest-hope/

October 13, Friday, 6:30–11:30pm
Bourbonanza
Kentucky Historical Museum, 100 W. Broadway, Frankfort

Showcasing bourbon distillers, wineries and beer from around the state, plus local food and live music. Rare bourbon auction, all over Frankfort. Child care provided. Bourbonanza.com

October 14, Saturday, 9am-noon
Louisville Sustainable Food Choices Tour
The Earth & Spirit Center, 1924 Newburg Rd.

Lead by Tim Darst, the tour travels to organic urban farming, community gardening and projects increasing sustainable food choices, and healthier and more equitable future. Transportation provided. Suggested donation $5-$50. Reservations: admin@earthandspiritcenter.org, 502.452.2749.

October 14, Saturday, 10am–6pm
Fall Festival
Foxhollow Farm, Crestwood

Pumpkins, hay castle, pony rides, old-fashioned games, local food and live music at 10th annual event. Proceeds benefit Dare to Care Food Bank. Free admission, parking $15. Activities $1–$4. Foxhollow.com/fall-festival

October 21–22, Friday–Saturday, 10am–5pm
ColorFest
Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest, Clermont

Slingshot pumpkins, hay maze, hayrides, activities, live music and local foods. Free admission, environmental fee of $10 per car for nonmembers. Select activities have small fee. Bernheim.org

October 21, Saturday, noon–5pm
Slow Food Bluegrass Fried Chicken Throwdown
Resurfaced: The Liberty Build, 319 S. Shelby St., Louisville

Fourth annual culinary competition with chefs preparing fried chicken, sides and dessert with local food as the influence. Proceeds benefit Slow Food Bluegrass School Garden Grant program. Music, drinks and silent action. Admission free. Tastings $3 for chicken, $2 for dessert and sides. SlowFoodBluegrass.org

October 28, Saturday, 11am–3pm
Boo Dell at Yew Dell
Yew Dell Gardens, Crestwood

A frightfully fun event where kids trick-or-treat along the trail-o-treats (11am–2pm). Hayrides, a straw maze, scavenger hunts and Mr. Magic at 2pm. Free with regular admission. YewDellGardens.org

November 11, Saturday, noon–2pm
Big Green Egg Thanksgiving & Cooking Class
Wilson Nurseries, 3690 East-West Connector, Frankfort

Step up your holiday meals with the help of BBQ Champion Jeff Raymond. Sample appetizers, turkey and fixins’ and dessert cooked using the Big Green Egg. Includes recipe booklet. WilsonNurseriesKy.com

November 6–8, Monday–Wednesday
Kentucky Women in Agriculture Conference
Hilton Lexington Downtown, 369 W. Vine St., Lexington

This 17th annual conference focuses on bringing women farmers together to learn and to connect as women and farmers. Includes farm tours, keynote speakers, Taste of Kentucky event and more. KYWomenInAg.com/annual-conference.html

Article from Edible Louisville & the Bluegrass at http://ediblelouisville.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/edible-events-oct-nov-2017
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