Farm & Table, La Parada, and Sol Harvest Farm are celebrating the harvest.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
9am - Yoga in the field
10am - Compost 101: Bernalillo County Extension Services
11am - Farm & Table Cooking Demonstration
12pm - Ask the Farmer & Field Walk with Farmer Ric
10am - 2pm - Farm Food: Smoked pork sandwiches, veggie stew, coleslaw, cider and more!
10am - 2pm - Live Music: The Breaktones and 3-String Bale
10am - 2pm - Farm Stand: Buy all natural, local produce straight from the Sol Harvest Farm field
10am - 4pm - Dia de los Muertos Workshops: sugar skull decorating, paper flower making, and calavera mask making, and more.
G R O W - Sol Harvest Farm
Sol Harvest Farm will be offering plenty of fun for the whole family, including 3-legged race, bobbing for Apples, farm photos, and more.
Yoga in the Field - 9am
Led by Marisol Brito. Bring your own mat or borrow one of ours!
Compost 101: Bernalillo County Extension Services - 10am
A workshop on the basics of composting with master composter Steve Hale. In association with the Bernalillo County Extension Services
Ask the Farmer & Field Walk with Farmer Ric - 12pm
Learn more about his passion for growing local and ask questions about growing your own.
Farm Stand - 10am - 2pm
Buy all natural, local produce straight from the Sol Harvest Farm field.
S H O P - La Parada Mercantile
La Parada continues their ongoing tradition of celebrating Dia de los Muertos
• Festive Day of the Dead Merchandise
• Sugar Skull-Making Supplies
• Teacher Discounts & Class Packets
• Featured Artists
• Annual Talavera BOGO Sale
Dia de los Muertos Workshops - 10am - 4pm
Various Dia de los Muertos workshops including sugar skull decorating, paper flower making, and calavera mask making, and more.
D I N E - Farm & Table Restaurant
Farm & Table Cooking Demonstration - 11am
Farm & Table’s Chef Jaye will lead a cooking demonstration to give you ideas for what to do with your own harvest!
Farm Food - 10am - 2pm
We serving smoked pork sandwiches, veggie stew, coleslaw, cider and more!
Led by Antonia Montoya, MS, CHES. ”In May 2011 my life was thrown into a boiling vat of uncertainty when I was dumped by my life partner. Sad, broke and afraid I called in backup to distract me with conversation, food and Cinco de Mayo happy hour festivities. When I arrived home, overwhelmingly alone, the pungent smell of Russian Olive blooms brought me out of my head andinto the moment. I went inside and posted this on Facebook: Today I'm grateful for the support of my loving friends and family ... The warmth of the sun on my skin ... The intoxicating smell of Russian olive blooms. A daily practice was born that evening; one that would go on to improve my life andthe lives of many who are touched by the wake of positivity.”
WORKSHOP: Printmaking & Greeting Cards
$10 (pre-registration required)
Led by Alexis Corbin. Your next batch of lasagna can include your own homemade mozzarella AND ricotta. Attend this class and you'll come away with everything you need to know to make these two quick and simple cheeses. This workshop is taught by experienced cheesemaker Alexis Corbin, an Albuquerque goat farmer, musician, and homeschooling mom. She teaches cheese-making and dairy culturing classes for Old School offering affordable classes in sustainable, traditional and frugal living skills. Register and pay at www.abqoldschool.com. Workshop limited to the first 15 registrants.