Sometimes living in the city can make us feel a little disconnected from our roots.
The answer to that issue? Spend some time in nature, under the stars, feasting on foods from the earth.
Which is exactly what you’ll be able to do at Black Creek Community Farm this summer.
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Dinner at the Farm is back for its third year on September 12, and it’s offering you the chance to tuck into local vegetables, meats, breads, and sweets.
Chefs from across the city will be preparing a tapas-style meal using the farm’s very own fresh, organic vegetables. There will be gluten-free and vegan options on deck, as well as plenty of choice for omnivores.
Expect to roam from vendor to vendor, sipping bevvies (alcoholic and not) and tucking into countless small plates until your belly is full.
Tickets, currently available online, range from $70 to $100 and include all food, beverages, and entertainment.
Proceeds from the event support the Black Creek Community Farm’s efforts to help provide the community with fresh and affordable produce, and high-quality programming.
A charitable tax receipt will be issued on ticket purchases for a portion of the ticket price, and any donations offered will receive a charitable tax receipt for the full donation amount.
Tax receipts will be issued by FoodShare Toronto.
Where: Black Creek Community Farm – 4929 Jane Street
When: Thursday, September 12 from 6 pm to 9 pm
Tickets: Available online