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General News · 19th August 2010
5th Annual Harvest Festival
Linnaea Farm – Lakeside Pasture
Saturday, September 11th, 2010
1:00 – 6:00 pm

Fruit /Vegetable/Preserves - Blue Ribbon Categories
All submissions must be in at 2pm at the latest! – judging begins at 2:30!

Garlic (excluding elephant garlic) – Largest Single Bulb
Garlic – most beautifully arranged
Carrot – longest
Tomato – taste and appearance
Dried Beans – artfully displayed
Pear – picture perfect
Apple – picture perfect
Potato – Heaviest
Cucumber – longest
Peppers – arrangement – sweet or spicy

→Harvest Basket (will be auctioned off) – create the most beautiful/bountiful looking basket that best describes the season

→Preserve categories will be judged on appearance and taste
Pickles (cucumbers)
Pickles (others – get creative)

Questions? Frank Curtis 8534

→Master pie baker? Bring along your best pie – win a blue ribbon – pies will be auctioned off.

→Fresh local oysters, as always – delectable concession provided by Linnaea Farm – featuring fresh grown vegetables, fruits and Linnaea raised meat.

→Have you grown a unique vegetable or fruit this year? Bring it along to add to our veggie/fruit tasting table.

→Seed Saver? We will have a seed swap table again this year – bring along your seeds and envelopes to swap.

→Rural art demonstrations throughout the day including – weaving, spinning, kim che fermentation demo, worm composting, fresh pressed apple juice, winter gardening, mushroom cultivation – if you have a skill you’d like to share call us!

→A fine display of local music acts throughout the day!

→Zucchini critter making table for the kids – got lots of zucchini’s you’d like to bring to share? Show up with em!

Games for kids of all ages – including turkey in the straw

Rain location will be Linnaea School

Would you like to sing? Call Kirsten 6803
Volunteer? Call Tamara 6708