Bleugrass Chevre Dairy Farm Tour and $5 Challenge Supper – Oct. 23

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Join Slow Food Bluegrass members Susan Miller and Elaine Shay on a goat dairy (including goat hugs!) and cheese plant tour with “$5 Challenge Supper”… Kentucky Burgoo with meats and vegetables from Lexington Farmers’ Market, local artisan breads, pumpkin and apple sorbetto from Bleugrass Sorbet for dessert. Vegetarian option available.

When: Sunday, October 23, 4-6pm

Where: Miller Trust Farm and Bleugrass Chevre Dairy and Cheese Plant, 1175 Grimes Mill Rd., Lexington.

Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children 10 and under.

Reservations necessary. Email or phone 859.421.6983 for reservations, information, and directions.

Profits benefit Slow Food Bluegrass.

Healthy Foods, Local Farms Conference Harvest Party


The Harvest Party is a Slow Food Event which takes place the night before the Healthy Foods, Local Farms Conference. The meal will feature local sustainably grown foods prepared by area chefs. A ticket for this party must be purchased in addition to your conference ticket.

Ticket Price before September 15: $35

Ticket Price after September 15: $45

For tickets click here.

Healthy Foods Local Farms Conference Oct. 15th

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This annual conference is for people and organizations who care about where their food comes from….and that their daily repast is ethically and sustainably raised/grown and harvested. The 1 day conference is sponsored by the Sierra Club along with many others and runs from 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Saturday, October 15, 2011. Tickets are $45.00 and scholarships are available. For more information visit

This year’s keynote speaker is Collin Beavan, author of “No Impact Man.”

Conference – Saturday, October 15, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., $45
Location – Kentucky Country Day School
4100 Springdale Road
Louisville, KY  40241

Harvest Party – Friday, October 14, 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., $35
Location – St. Francis School
11000 W. Highway 42
Goshen, KY  40026
As always, local food will be served.

Twilight, The Best Light at Yew Dell – Oct. 7th

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This fall, Yew Dell will host the 2011 version of what has become one of the most anticipated fund-raising parties of the Year – Twilight in the Garden, sponsored by Brown Forman. And while this year’s offering will have all the energy and brilliance of past editions, guests will be delighted with a whole new twist. Twilight – The Best Light will feature a celebration of the night garden complete with stunning lighting by presenting sponsor Outdoor Lighting Perspectives. Past silent and live auctions will be replaced by a slate of games (you know … the fund-raising kind!) for a chance to win a week at incomparable Maison Rose in France, ring toss for fabulous wine and other opportunities to win jewelry, dinner, and more. You’ll even be able to participate in some of the games online before the event. Twilight will include sumptuous farm-fresh food by Corbett’s, a bar stocked with Brown-Forman beverages and an energy level not to be missed. Buy your tickets today – or better yet, get together a group and buy a table for 10! or 502.241.4788

Foxhollow Farm Fall Festival – Oct. 8th


Foxhollow Farm is hosting their fourth annual Fall Festival on October 8th. This family friendly event will feature farm-fresh foods and fun farm activities. The event is from 12pm – 6pm on Saturday, October 8, at Foxhollow Farm, located at 8905 Hwy 329, Crestwood, Ky. Click here for directions. Parking is $5. Proceeds benefit Maryhurst.

This yearsʼ festival includes:

  • Pick Your Own Pumpkin Patch
  • Live Music
  • Slow Food
  • Hay Rides
  • Games
  • Kidʼs Arts and Crafts

Foxhollow Farm is a grass fed beef and vegetable farm in Crestwood, Kentucky, just 15 miles north of downtown Louisville. Foxhollow is committed to organic and biodynamic agriculture methods, which nourish and sustain the vitality of the soil, plants, animals, and humans. Foxhollow makes it their mission to educate the public about where food comes from and how to support local farmers. For more information about Foxhollow Farm, visit