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GVF2S Dining for Dirt – & 7:30pm
September 25, 2018 @ 5:30pm
Gallatin Valley Farm to School will kick-off National Farm to School Month with Dining for Dirt, a fun and delicious meal at Montana Ale Works. Join in to support local farms and food education in the Gallatin Valley on Tuesday, September 25th. The evening will feature two seatings: 5:30–7pm and 7:30–9pm. Each reservation is $40 per person and includes a scrumptious small plates and frosty brews from local craft breweries. Proceeds from this delectable evening of food and drink benefit Gallatin Valley Farm to School education programs. Purchase your tickets at www.gvfarmtoschool.org/dining-for-dirt. As in previous years, this event is expected to sell out. Go get ‘em!
Following on Saturday, October 6th, Gallatin Valley Farm to School will present the 6th Annual Farm to School Feastival from 11am–3pm. Grab your boots and head out to Rocky Creek Farm, 34297 Frontage Rd., for an afternoon of tasty local fun.
This free, family-friendly event will feature kids’ activities, Bozone Ozone Bus tours and taste tests, a mini farmer’s market for purchasing fresh veggies, farm fun, and more! Gear up with Gallatin Valley Farm to School merchandise and learn about our current and upcoming programs. Feastival attendees can jump on the hayride and head out to the famous Rocky Creek Farm pumpkin patch for your jack o’ lantern, or press your own apple cider. Join the fun at the farm in celebration of National Farm to School Month, rain or shine! This event is FREE and open to the public.
Gallatin Valley Farm to School (GVF2S) is a nonprofit based in Bozeman. The organization believes that by linking food producers directly to the consumer, a brilliant cycle is created. GVF2S’ goals are to supply students with local, fresh, and seasonal foods, and to educate school communities about the importance of local agriculture. Their program helps to create and retain revenue within the community, promote sustainable agriculture, and preserve open space, while improving our children’s nutrition and teaching them healthy lifelong values and habits. •