Food Literacy Project Field-to-Fork Dinner


Sunday, October 14th, 7:00 PM

Theater Square Marketplace

651 S. 4th Street Louisville, KY


Advance tickets are required and are for sale for $85 each until October 8th. To purchase tickets online, visit the Food Literacy Project website. To purchase tickets by cash or check, please call 502-491-0072.

The event includes passed appetizers and a five-course dinner, with paired wines during the seated courses courtesy of Horseshoe Bend Vineyard and Winery.

Proceeds from the dinner will support the expansion of the Food Literacy Project’s experiential education programming on Oxmoor Farm, including the development of a new learning center.


The dinner will feature the cuisine of:

Chef Dallas McGarity – Theater Square Marketplace

Chef Shelly Yoder – Corbett’s, An American Place

Chef Michael Hargrove – American Culinary Federation, Kentucky Chapter

Chef Mark Williams – Brown-Forman Bourbon Street Cafe

Chef Jim Whaley – Consultant for JCPS and Grasshoppers Distribution

Chef Erica Parker – The Comfy Cow

Chef Dan Thomas – JCPS At Your Service Catering
Seasonal ingredients will be provided by Field Day Family Farm, the 8-acre eastern Louisville farm that plays host to the Food Literacy Project, along with Burton’s Maplewood Farm, Fiedler Family Farms, Foxhollow Farm, Grasshoppers Distribution, Grateful Greens, and Harned Ranch Beef Co.

Healthy Foods, Local Farms Conference

Healthy Food Local Farms

Healthy Foods, Local Farms Conference 2012

“No Water; No Food”

Conference – Saturday, October 13, 9 am – 5:30 pm, $40
Before September 15, take advantage of Early Bird pricing – $30 per ticket!

Visit for more information.

Location – Kentucky Country Day School
4100 Springdale Road
Louisville, KY  40241

Harvest Party – Friday, October 12, 6:00 pm, $35
LocationBashford Manor Bed and Breakfast
2227 Bashford Manor Lane
Louisville, KY  40218
As always, local food will be served.

Scholarships are available. Contact Aloma Dew at (270)316-0334 or by email at to inquire about scholarships.

Mighty Kindness Festival – October 27


2012 Mighty Kindness Harvest Hootenanny

Saturday, October 27th

FREE! 12-6pm

Waterfront Park’s Brown-Forman Amphitheater

1217 River Road (next to Tumbleweed)

For more information visit:

Breaking New Grounds Compost Sale – Oct. 6 & 13


Breaking New Grounds Compost Sales
(Fall is the best time to apply compost to your garden!!)

Two dates! Saturday Oct 6 AND Saturday Oct 13
9:30am- 12 noon
2100 Woodland Ave. (near 22nd & Woodland)

Bulk compost $15/barrel, $25/scoop, and $50-100/ truckload depending on your truck
Sifted compost $25/ barrel
Redworms for composting, and Worm compost are also available ($2/lb if more than 10lbs.)
BYO Truck or containers– we’ll fill them up. Delivery available for a fee if you call ahead.

We need Volunteers for the sale– please call or email if you can help with sales & loading.

More information available at
Contact: Amanda Fuller, Operations Manager,  502-356-2216

Tell your friends and neighbors….. Compost feeds your plants, improves your soil, fights drought, and reduces waste. We make our compost  from Heine Brothers Coffee, Brown-Forman grain, Limbwalkers Tree waste & other organic ingredients. Kentucky Proud!

Yew Dell’s Dividing Perennials Workshop – October 16


Here’s an opportunity you won’t want to miss. Each year Yew Dell Gardens offers this workshop that involves not only learning how to divide perennials . . . when you’re finished, Ann will give you some of the fruits of your labor to take home to your own garden. You can’t miss – come for a class and go home with an armful of great plants. Sign up early as this one is sure to fill up fast!

October 16


Check out Yew Dell’s website to buy tickets.