Local Food Events Calendar

Use our calendar to find festivals, tours, workshops, field days, courses, and many other kinds of food and farming related events in your area. If you would like us to keep you up to date with any events happening close to you, make sure to sign up with our keep me posted feature.

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The Crawford Street Market (Apr 29, 2014 - Oct 25, 2014)
The Crawford Street Market (Findlay, OH)


Now Taking Orders for our 2014 Lambs! (Aug 8, 2014 - Oct 31, 2014)
Ohio Grass-Fed Lamb (Wellington, OH)

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Last Market Day for the 2014 Market Season (Sep 25, 2014)
Bellevue Farmers Market (Bellevue, MI)

Join us for the last market day of the 2014 season. We'll celebrate the bounty of the growing season with specials, coupons for 2015 and music.


Wacousta Community Farmers Market (Oct 9, 2014)
Wacousta Community Farmers Market (Eagle, MI)

This farmers market is in a beautiful rural setting - just 10 minutes west of Lansing, Michigan. More than 30 vendors selling local grown produce, plants, flowers, salsas, honey and more. Vendors also selling Michigan made crafts. (...)


Harvest Festival 2014 (Oct 12, 2014 - Oct 13, 2014)
Pregitzer Farm Market (Munith, MI)

Big day at the farm, u-pick pumpkins, hayrides, corn maze, petting zoo, straw crawl and games, bonfire and fun in the bounce house. Two days of fall fun.


Last market day of the season. (Oct 31, 2014)
Hearthstone Farm Market (Spring Arbor, MI)

Last market day of the season. We are closing for the winter so make you purchases before this date.


SLOW MONEY 2014 (Nov 10, 2014 - Nov 12, 2014)
http://slowmoney.org/ (Louisville, 19)

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. (...)