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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Fall Foliage Hikes & Picnics (Oct 16, 2020 - Oct 18, 2020)
Frog Hollow Farms (Hubbardton, VT)

The farm will be open for our 1.5 mile self guided farm hike, that takes you throughout the farm, and up into the old orchard and pastures to see some of our favorite views. Located in the foothills of the Taconic Mountain Range, It’s the perfect hike for fall foliage viewing. (...)


Sweet Potato Day (Oct 17, 2020)
Columbus County Community Farmers Market (Whiteville, NC)

A celebration of one of our biggest fall crops - the sweet potato. Event will include cooking demonstration, free samples, recipes and nutritional information. (Samples and other give away items are first-come, first-served, while supplies last). (...)


Lehigh Valley Open Gate Farm Tours (Oct 17, 2020 - Oct 18, 2020)
Crooked Row Farm (Orefield, PA)

The Lehigh County Open Gate Farm Tours run for a full weekend this season, and we'll have plenty going on throughout both days!

We're curating and hosting a Farm and Art show this year, showcasing all kinds of locally-created art in all mediums, from oil paintings to encaustic wax paintings, to felt foods and everything in between! Art will be on sale throughout the weekend's events. (...)


Christmas Market 2020 (Oct 17, 2020)
Ligonier Country Market (Ligonier, PA)

Visit the summer vendors one last time (COVID Style). This year's location is at the regular Market field.


On-Farm Visits (Calving and Farrowing season) (Oct 17, 2020)
Lick Skillet Farm (New Market, TN)

This happens BOTH Ssaturday and Sunday, 1pm-4pm (socially-distanced) Self-guided tour of farm - we have a .5 mile and a full mile trail you can either walk or drive. We have piglets and baby calves both coming in October, and an on-farm (outdoor) sales kiosk from which you can purchase beef and pork to take home with you. (...)