We are pre-selling the entry fee of $5 for adults. (Kids and teens are free). The $5 is a donation for the non-profit. The tickets can be purchased at the link above. If you have family or friends who plan to attend, please encourage them to pre-pay as well so we can get an idea of how many people are coming.
Our food vendors include Bliss Cafe, Julia's Juices, Jim Terick's strawberries,tamales and desserts from Linda Burket and we are still looking for taco truck. We have local wineries and breweries donating wine and beer.
Our local vendors include:
Amazing local artists: Paula Tepitz, Lonna Crane, Blaire Kilbey, and Carol K.
We have succulents and Guatemalan goods from Friendship Bridge, Ahimsa Jewelry by Greg Hood, Humankind Fair Trade, visiting Drepung Gomang monks from India, Grateful Threads by Sarah Crosby,
Coven Tree Olde World Market with Divine Inspiration and Pure Energy Works massage by Shawn McCaskill.
And of course our farm related booths of: Ruth's Herbal Remedies, Grown from the Heart plants by Serena Wyatt, Carmichael Environmental landscaping and Food Forest tours with Josh Carmichael, Green Gold Naturals by Timothy Hollingsworth, Kandarian Organic Farm seeds, and last and very important, Tree Lees with the Permaculture Guild and children's activities.
If you have the capacity, please share this event.
We are looking for volunteers for the day of the event. We need parking attendants, info booth helpers, kids booth helpers and much much more. Also we are having a volunteer workday this Sat. from 9-1 to clean up the farm. Mark Davis from Shadowlands will be here with a few members of the Wide Sky Men's Council that meets here at the farm. We need any volunteers who are willing to clean up, move farm tools and pots, and general maintenance to come out and help.
Directions to the farm are on the website. Call me if you need anything or have questions or ideas I didn't cover. Ruth @ 481-9205.