Come out and dine for a cause the weekend of September 21st in Tehachapi at Weiser Family Farms! ALL proceeds will be donated directly to the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer and the family of Emily Rico.
Starting at 4pm on Saturday, September 21st enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, peruse the items up for bid in the silent auction and go on a guided walking farm tour with Alex Weiser. Then, feast with new friends in between a Zinnia flower field and apple orchard on family style dishes prepared by some of the best chefs in LA who will literally be bringing the farm to the table! Relax after dinner with late night s'mores around fire pits on the farm while listening and dancing to live music. Stay the night in Tehachapi and come back Sunday morning to the farm to fresh coffee, breakfast and a pig roast picnic for lunch!
We hope to see you there!
Learn more about the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer on their website.
When & Where
Alex Weiser & Weiser Farms
Weiser Family Farms began in 1977 when Sid Weiser, a chemistry teacher and counselor at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles decided to pack up the family and follow his dream of working off the land. Sidney and his wife Raquel laid down roots in Tehachapi, California. There, they learned to tend to the fruit trees...apples, peaches, and pears. In the ensuing years, they acquired farmland in other locations where they branched out into a variety of fruits, vegetables and flowers.
In 1982 their son Alex jumped in to assist the family in selling at local Farmers' Markets. There he encountered chefs, the public and specialty produce buyers who wanted seasonal, high quality and superior tasting produce. Listening to this input, Alex began to focus on creating a bio-diverse farm dedicated to applying sustainable farming techniques. His overriding desire was to supply people with unique fruits and vegetables at their peak, rather than picked for commercial usage. Today, Weiser Family Farms grows in the greater Bakersfield area, Tehachapi and the Lucerne Valley, cultivating a tapestry of high quality produce year round.