Chicago Food Day friends at Prairie Crossing Farm in Grayslake are holding a Fall Festival from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Sat., Oct. 3. Festivities include a free hayride tour of a working organic farm, a pop-up farmers market and a variety of educational activities! Participating farm businesses include Chicago area’s own Duck Tail Farm, Gretta’s Goats, Radical Root Farm, Sandhill Family Farms, and Yaw-Ye Farms. Learn more at the event section of www.libertyprairie.org.
To make this after-school program happen, PGP has launched a fundraising campaign to cover expenses required to host the program in their kitchen space. They're past the halfway mark, but have just 7 days to raise $1,600. This is your chance to help kids learn how to eat better. It won’t take much if we all pitch in. Here's the link, please share and donate if you can! https://www.ioby.org/project/peterson-garden-project-kids-kitchen
Food Day 2015 is right around the corner. Here are five ways you can get involved this year. Sign up today!
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Here's how it works: You sign on as a Hidden Harvest sponsor for just $200 and give us 5 gift certificates to your restaurant at a minimum value of $25. We will hide your certificates, provide clues and guide the treasure hunters to a successful end. We’ll promote your participation in the Hidden Harvest by posting your logo with a link to your website on the Chicago Food Day website. We’ll also include your restaurant name in program communications before, during and after the activity.
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