Schedule & Line-Up.

2019 Schedule for August 10th, 12-6pm

Come and enjoy! Looking forward to growing our local food system here in the Western Foothills of Maine.

FARM to FESTIVAL 5k Run

9:00am Roberts Farm Preserve, Western Foothills Land Trust

64 Roberts Rd, Norway, Maine 04268

$12 registration fee online at RunSignup
$15 on-site registration. Registration and bib pick-up will open at 8:30am

All ages are welcome!

FARMERS’ MARKET 12–6pm

A Wrinkle In Thyme Sumner, Mary Ann Haxton & Marty Elkin

Back to Roots Farm Woodstock, Wendy Dillon

Beech Hill Farm and Bison Ranch Waterford, Doretta & Ted Colburn

Bragg Maple Products Sumner, Chris Bragg

High View Farm Dairy Harrison, Darcy & Bill Winslow
Jumper Hill Farm Harrison, Sarah Patten
Mighty Maine Greens Sumner, Mandy Shorey

Old School Creamery Harrison, Julie Mannix

Pen-Y-Bryn Lavender Farm Hebron, Charlie Yancy

Pietree Orchard Sweden, Mary Jamison

Regina Spices Portland, Jessica Moore

Shady Grove Mushrooms Harrison, Chuck Patten

   DEMOS: Mushroom Log Inoculation with Chuck Patten

Stearns Hill Farm West Paris, Bill Gibson & Tom Williams

Sue's Honey Lovell, Susan Gregson

Sy's Trees Sweden, Jesse Stevens

The Maine Soap Company West Paris, Leigh Napier

Thunder Hill Farm Waterford, Dottie Bell 

Wandering Root Waterford, Hanna Court

MAIN STAGE

Live Music, Entertainment, Speakers

12 Noon LaTCH cover band of hits from 8 different decades (1950-2019)

1:30 EARTH FUNK Acoustic funk folk-rock, Western Maine

3:00 LaClaires traditional acoustic music for folks from Maine to Oklahoma

4:30 EL MALO Latin dance music blended with jazz, hiphop, funk, soul, and progressive rock influences

ALAN DAY COMMUNITY GARDEN

Gardening, Composting Workshop & Garden Tours

Ongoing Backyard & Community Composting Athena Bradley

12:15pm Raising Chickens Scott Vlaun

1:30pm Food Forest Tour  Scott Vlaun

2:00pm Unusual Plants  Jesse Stevens

2:30pm Food Preservation  Kate McCarty

3:00pm Attracting Pollinators Becca Long

THE COMMONS, CEBE

Education & Workshops

12:15pm Community Food Councils Bri Bowmen, Maine Network of Community Food Councils

1:00pm History of Roberts Farm Lee Dassler, Western Foothills Land Trust

1:30pm Farmland Preservation Chris Franklin, Maine Farmland Trust

2:00pm Commercial Food Waste Dean Richman, Pleasant River

2:30pm Farmland Recovery Graham Mallory

3:30pm Cooperatives in the Food System Omar Hassan & Katherine Bessey

4:00pm Sourdough Bread Tim Gosnell, Standard Baking Company

FARE SHARE FOOD CO-OP 9–6pm

Aqua ViTae, Vermont, samples and product information

Bluebernie kombucha blueberries are sourced in Maine!

Happy Hive Farm, Hartford

Nezinscot Farms, Turner, Gloria Varney

Pure Botanicals, Hebron

 

Fare Share is offering a 10% off Food Fest Discount to all Members who have one or more local items in their basket.


FOOD VENDORS 12–6pm

Fiddlestick Farm, Hanover

Homemade ravioli and flatbread pizza, salad, breadsticks, and drinks from ingredients locally-sourced or grown


Inside Scoop, South Paris

Locally-owned ice cream parlor featuring our homemade ice cream, soft serve, and treats.

Isuken Co-op Truck, Lewiston

A Somali Bantu Farm-to-Table Food Truck in Lewiston. Delicious food, grown by New Americans, on the streets.

Maine Morning Micro Roasters, Denmark

Taste-test coffees and enjoy a cup or two of sustainably harvested, fair-trade cold brew and hot coffee sourced directly from the some of the best farms and co-ops around the world

Pinky D’s Poutine Truck, Lisbon Falls
Fries, fresh cheese curds, gravy and fresh toppings including beef, lobster, chicken, veggies, pork and different sauces

Riverside Lodge Café, Paris
Freshly-baked artisan pizza made with fresh ingredients, meatballs, and desserts

Street Eats, Eliot 

Ethnic, eclectic street foods including Bahn Xao crepes, pho, dumplings, Bahn mi baguettes.

Worth the Wait BBQ, Waterford 
Slow-cooked barbeque using their own and locally-raised meat with sides and cornbread
 

Cultured Tea Leaf, Derry, New Hampshire

Serving Burmese Tea Leaf Salad with locally sourced ingredients, and Green Tea Shrimp Cocktail. USDA certified organic Laphet, fermented edible green tea.

ART & ACTIVITY TENT 12–6pm

Join us for some fun: Pot-a-Plant, Produce headwear, Make Some Noise. Activities for all ages! Maine SNAP-Ed will also be making smoothies on the Smoothie Bike Blender with anyone that would like to take it for a spin. Food System Facts Scavenger Hunt!

 

BEER GARDEN 1-6pm  Tickets Sold Here

Norway Brewing Co., Norway

Barreled Souls Brewing Company, Saco

Bear Bones Beer, Lewiston

Oxbow Brewing Co., Oxford & Portland

Sebago Brewing, Gorham

Side By Each, Auburn

Saco River Brewing, Freyburg

Steam Mill Brewing Co., Bethel

Urban Farm Fermentory/Gruit, Portland

NON-PROFITS & GROUPS

Alan Day Community Garden

Community Food Matters

Consumers for Affordable Health Care

Cooperative Development Institute

Gardeners Growing Healthy Communities

Lakes Association of Norway

Maine Farmland Trust

Maine Green Power

MJ’s Micro-greens Sprouting Kits

Maine Organic Farmers’ and Gardeners’ Association

Oxford County Cooperative Extension

Western Foothills Land Trust

FOOTHILLS FOOD FESTIVAL 

Longley Square, 413 Main Street, Norway, Maine
Mailing: CEBE, 447 Main Street, Norway, Maine 04268

207-739-2101 

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