Harvest Festival at White Lotus Farms

. August 21, 2014.
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On September 27, play farmer for the day at White Lotus Farms. To close out the farming season, the White Lotus Farm crew invites you to roll up your sleeves and pull on your gardening gloves for a day of harvesting before enjoying a truly farm-fresh lunch. Jeffrey Sartor, Executive Chef of Vellum restaurant in Ann Arbor, comes to the farm to prepare lunch for the harvesters, including the veggies you pick and dig with your own hands, fresh baked White Lotus Farms bread, and White Lotus Farms cheese. September 27, 9am. $10, includes lunch. Work clothes, hat and work gloves recommended.

Registration closes at 5pm, September 13. White Lotus Farms, 7217 West Liberty Road, Ann Arbor, MI. whitelotusfarms.com

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