Local Food Events Calendar

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SLOW MONEY 2014 (Nov 10, 2014 - Nov 12, 2014)
http://slowmoney.org/ (Louisville, KY)

Slow Money, a nonprofit that catalyzes the flow of capital to small and local food enterprises, hosts its 2014 gathering in Louisville, KY, November 10-12.

This is an opportunity to contribute to a vital public conversation about how we can all work together to bring money back down to earth and support the new generation of small food entrepreneurs. (...)


Open Farm Day (Nov 22, 2014)
Wildwood Alpacas (Woodford, VA)

Come mingle with the alpacas and their crias (babies)! Each one has a unique personality which you will quickly see. Learn about alpacas, their awesome fleece and their history. Visit the farm store where we have yarn and rugs made from our animals' fiber as well as alpaca socks, insoles, gloves, hats, scarves, etc in all colors. (...)


Shearing Day (Nov 25, 2014)
Ruxville Farm (Moseley, VA)

Emily Chamlin will be here to shear our flock on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving.No snacks, no tours, but you are welcome to come watch and learn how wool is harvested and handled. We are super busy that day and may not have time to answer all your questions. (...)


Christmas Trees Display (Nov 28, 2014 - Dec 23, 2014)
Skipper Farms (Virginia Beach, VA)

Fresh Cut Fraser Firs and Douglas Firs. We cut our trees weekly for the freshest trees available. Wreaths and greens.


Annual shearing day (Apr 25, 2015)
Golden Eagle Alpaca Farm (Suffolk, VA)

We will be shearing our 14 alpacas, 7 llamas and a few other alpacas from nearby farms. We use a professional shearer from georgia, kyle o'rourke. We shear each animal, check teeth, trim nails, give meds if needed, and you can be right there up close watching. (...)