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FarmFolk CityFolk and Feast of Fields

One of the Lower Mainland’s most exciting local food events is coming up on September 11th. Feast of Fields is the annual fundraiser for FarmFolk CityFolk, featuring some of Vancouver’s most talented chefs serving delicious local food. Tickets are on sale now.

The Foodtree team will be among this year’s participants, and we find ourselves in impressive company such as Bishop’s Restaurant, Meat & Bread, Raincity Grill, and so much more. We’ll be sharing a bit more detail about our involvement in an upcoming blog post.

From the Feast of Fields web site:
The event is a 4 hour gourmet wandering harvest festival. With a wine glass and linen napkin in hand, you can taste the very best of BC from chefs, vintners, brewers, farmers, fishers, ranchers and food artisans from across the province – some think of it as a 40 course meal paired with wine and beer! Feast of Fields highlights the connections between producer and chef, field and table, and farm folks and city folks. Feast of Fields is a gastronomic journey towards a sustainable, local food system.

This year the Metro Vancouver Feast of Fields will be held on location at Krause Berry Farm in Langley.

Tickets are $85 for adults, $15 for children aged 7-12 , and kids 6 and younger are free. For an additional $15 there is also a shuttle bus available to take you to and from the event. Tickets can be purchased online through the Feast of Fields web site.

Feast of Fields
Date:  September 11th
Time: 1 to 5pm
Location: Krause Berry Farm
Address:  6179 248th Street, Langley, BC
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