To Do: Philly Farm and Food Fest

Locavores, rejoice!

You live in a city. That means, you probably don’t have a neighborhood farm down the street (duh). Which is why the Philly Farm and Food Fest is so very brilliant.

On April 1st, over 100 local farmers, artisanal producers and food vendors will be showing off their goods at the Convention Center, with samples and for-sale items like honey, cheese, cured meats, jams and more. There will also be workshops if you’re looking to hone your chops with a cheese-tasting seminar and how-tos on beekeeping and urban gardening—plus, lots of opportunities to sign up for a CSA. Tickets will be available at the door, but advance tickets are being sold online at a discount. More info here.

$15 in advance, $20 at the door (kids under 12 are free), Sunday, April 1st from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Pennsylvania Convention Center, Broad & Race streets, 215-386-5211 ext. 104.

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