Annual Homegrown Festival Presents Homegrown Goodies

. September 1, 2016.
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Presented by Slow Food Huron Valley, the annual Homegrown Festival showcases the best (or most delicious) of Southeast Michigan’s food and drink. The party features local and seasonal produce and food tastings, restaurateurs showing off their skills, and for those over 21, plenty of craft and home brewers showing off their concoctions. The HomeBrew competition will feature the best of the best beer, mead, cider and wine featuring local ingredients. The festival takes place rain or shine!

Saturday | September 10
Ann Arbor Farmers Market | 315 Detroit St.
734-707-8488 | hgfest.blogspot.comFree

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