Green Things Farm Summer Community Dinner

. July 31, 2019.

Listen to live music from local bands Matt Jones and the Reconstruction, Frontier Ruckus, Rhyta Musik, and Westbound Situation while enjoying dinner with the community on an organic farm. Bring your own picnic or purchase a vegetarian dinner with fresh farm ingredients catered by Jolly Pumpkin Ales + Kitchen.

Family friendly; kids under eight get in free, kids 8-18 $6.
In case of rain, event rescheduled to August 4.
$15 ticket plus $15 dinner (optional)
5pm | Saturday, August 3

Green Things Farm, 3825 Nixon Rd.
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