Enjoy Some of the Upper Valley’s Best Foods at the 17th Annual Local Flavors of the Valley Event
Apr 03, 2018 04:00PM
● Published by Linda Ditch
This Sunday, April 8 from 11am–3pm is the 17th annual Flavors of the Valley
event at Hartford High School, 37 Highland Avenue in Hartland, Vermont. This local tasting expo features some of the Upper Valley’s best foods, with samples from over 45 farm- and food-related vendors. You can enjoy fresh produce, artisan bread, award-winning cheeses, tasty jams, handcrafted sweets, and many other delicious local products. This is also a great opportunity to meet local producers, visit with neighbors, and, best of all, buy some products to take home.
What can you expect? Here’s just a sample: Alice's Kitchen
will have Vermont maple butter sandwich cookies and Parisian almond cookies. If dairy is your passion, Berway Farm and Creamery
will have samples of their tasty chocolate milk, and Cedar Mountain Farm
and Cobb Hill Cheese
will offer samples of two farmstead cheeses, along with some of their veggies. Farms for City Kids at Spring Brook Farm will also have samples of artisan cheeses, and Norwich Creamery will have samples of their basket ricotta, yogurt, and milk.
Tickets are $12 per person ($11/person and $32/family if you buy them online before the event). Children 6 and under are free, and there is a $35 per family maximum. If you bike to the event, you can enter your name for a chance to win a special prize. This is a zero-waste event, so be sure to bring a reusable plate, cup, and utensils. And don’t forget to bring a cooler for any perishable farm products you might purchase.
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