Coggeshall Farm Harvest-to-Table Fair

Posted 10/11/19

The event will focus on local foods, producers, and restaurants, including DeWolf Tavern, Bywater, Blount Fine Foods, Portside Tavern, The Beehive Pantry, and The Statesman Tavern. As they did last …

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Coggeshall Farm Harvest-to-Table Fair

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The event will focus on local foods, producers, and restaurants, including DeWolf Tavern, Bywater, Blount Fine Foods, Portside Tavern, The Beehive Pantry, and The Statesman Tavern. As they did last year, Four Town Farm and Atlantic Capes Seafood will provide many of the ingredients, including corn and oysters. Coggeshall’s famous jonnycakes, cooked over the fire and served in their authentic 18th century kitchen, remain part of the longstanding Harvest Fair tradition. Games, vendors, hay rides, pony rides, and crafts, as well as live music from Julio Amaro and The King's Buskers, will be available throughout the day.

WHERE: Coggeshall Farm, 1 Colt Drive, Bristol
WHEN: Sunday, Oct. 13; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
COST: Free admission
MORE INFO: Coggeshallfarm.org

Event Date
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Event time
11:00 AM
Cost / donation
Free
Contact
Coggeshallfarm.org

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