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Farm to Glass, Mixology Throwdown

Mass Farmers Markets & Waltham Fields Community Farm

Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)

Farm to Glass, Mixology Throwdown

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Individual Ticket
Includes: 10 sample size of cocktails; 2 drink tickets good for your favorite cocktails; Passed hors d'oeuvres
Ended $50.00 $3.49
VIP Individual Ticket
Includes: Early access at Noon; champagne toast pre-party with mixologists; Access to VIP Lounge; Automatic entry for a chance to participate in the Throwdown with a participating mixologist; Gift bag
Ended $100.00 $5.99

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 Farm to table is more than just delicious food; celebrate farm fresh food by the glass full!

Join Mass Farmers Markets and Edible Boston for the inaugural Farm to Glass, Mixology Throwdown as we cheer on some of Greater Boston’s talented mixologists and celebrate the abundance of farm fresh cocktails with Bully Boy spirits!

Guests will sample 10 cocktails (sample size) featuring local farm-fresh ingredients, plus vote for your two favorites and have a full size glass of each to enjoy. Delicious small bites will be passed too! The top 3 mixologists will then compete head-to-head in the mystery CSA challenge – creating a cocktail from CSA ingredients given to them for the title of Mixology Throwdown Champ. To add more to the challenge, three guests will be picked as bar backs for the competition.The event will feature Boston’s own DJ Deja, spinning today’s biggest hits in her signature creative style.

 Participating Mixologists

Charlie Gaeta, The Blue Ox - Lynn

Ginny Edwards, Erbaluce - Boston

Jon Winegar-Mendez, TRADE - Boston

Kevin Mabry, JM Curley - Boston

Emily Jamison, Area Four - Cambridge

Scott Shoer, Sycamore - Newton

Vikram Hegde, Sarma - Somerville

Bill Earle, Post 390 – Boston

Young Won, Rialto – Cambridge

Brett Henderson, Ceia Kitchen + Bar - Newburyport

Funds raised from the event help continue the work of Mass Farmers Markets, including: the Copley Square Farmers Market, free cooking lessons for low-income communities, SNAP match program, capacity trainings for markets managers and farmers, and ensuring all Massachusetts farmers markets are available year-round.

For more information or questions about tickets or sponsorships, please contact Justin Burke-Samson at Justin@MassFarmersMarkets.org OR 781-893-8222

 
 

Have questions about Farm to Glass, Mixology Throwdown? Contact Mass Farmers Markets & Waltham Fields Community Farm

When & Where


W Boston
100 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116

Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

Mass Farmers Markets & Waltham Fields Community Farm

Mass Farmers Markets (MFM) is the only nonprofit organization working on behalf of all 280 farmers markets in the state. We help create, sustain, and promote farmers markets and the many benefits associated with them. At the core of MFM’s mission, we support social and economic development and the health of individuals statewide – collaborating with community partners and stakeholders. We serve everyone, from farmers and vendors, to farmers markets, shoppers and their communities. Part of programming is directly running three markets, Somerville’s Davis Square, Cambridge’s Central Square, and Boston’s Copley Square which is also MFM’s flagship market. It is at these markets that we test new procedures and innovative systems to sustain and improve farmers markets and the services provided to Massachusetts residents.

For more information, visit www.MassFarmersMarkets.org

Waltham Fields Community Farm is a nonprofit farming organization working to promote local agriculture and food access through farming operations and educational programs, using practices that are socially, ecologically, and economically sustainable. Programs include a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shareholder program, hunger relief/food access work, service learning, youth and adult education opportunities, farmer training, and public outreach. In 2014, Waltham Fields Community Farm will grow $70,000 worth of fresh vegetables for food assistance and engage approximatley 500 youth in on-farm programming, with 40% of participants coming from low-income households.

For more information, visit www.CommunityFarms.org

 

 

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