Farmers Formal, A Benefit for EarthDance
Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM (CDT)
St. Louis, MO
A farm-inspired celebration with local food and drink,
a bumper crop of auction items,
and toe-tappin’ live music.
Farmers Formal is EarthDance’s 6th annual FarmRaiser, featuring a locally-grown dinner catered by Bon Appétit, live and silent auctions, and live music. Approximately 200 guests will feast, bid, and dance, to benefit St. Louis’ own nationally-recognized Organic Farm School.
We invite you to join our 2013 celebration of local foods, farmers, and community!
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EarthDance is a non-profit organization operating an Organic Farm School in St. Louis, Missouri. Founder Molly Rockamann created EarthDance in 2008 on Missouri's oldest organic farm. Established in 1883 by the Mueller family, Molly saw a need to preserve this peri-urban farm and so she formed EarthDance’s Organic Farm School, using the Mueller Farm as a vibrant hub for agricultural education, collaboration, and celebration. In 2012, EarthDance reached its goal of saving the farm by purchasing the land with the help of partners and is placing a conservation easement upon the property to ensure that it will stay farmland into perpetuity. EarthDance's mission is to sustainably grow food, farmers, and community, one small farm at a time, through hands-on education and delicious experiences.