Lady Locavores 2023

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Lady Locavores 2023

Lady Locavores celebrates and elevates womxn in the Atlanta area local food movement.

By Community Farmers Markets

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, March 8 · 6 - 10pm EST


Wild Heaven West End Brewery & Gardens 1010 White Street Southwest Atlanta, GA 30310

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About this event


Lady Locavores: unparalleled food and drink and a celebration of the womxn* folk in the Atlanta food world. Join us as we honor Lady Locavore Award recipients, sample locally-crafted food, and auction off experiences and products - all by local womxn. 

This year we return to the indoor/outdoor setting of Wild Heaven West End with a star-studded cast of 30 local chefs and mixologists from diverse cultural backgrounds. See the full lineup here.

Ticket, Host, and Sponsor Information: 

Online ticket sales end Tuesday, March 7 at noon. Tickets at the door: $60.

General Admission Tickets: $50 (includes all food and drinks) 

Host Levels:

Host: $125 which includes 2 tickets, plus name recognition on materials.

Farmer Host: $250 which includes 2 tickets, plus name recognition on materials, and provides the opportunity for 2 womxn farmers to attend the event for free.

Sponsorship Levels listed below, range from $500 to $10,000

*We do not discriminate on the basis of gender identity or expression. This is open to anyone but geared towards celebrating people who identify as womxn in a way that is significant to them, regardless of gender assigned at birth.  

About the organizer

The mission of CFM is to develop a local food infrastructure for long-term sustainability and meaningful community impact. Our purpose is to preserve, root, and grow a diverse local food culture by maintaining an authentic space for all people to share community, fair food, and healthy lifestyles while providing a sustainable living for producers who steward the earth. CFM operates the Decatur, East Atlanta Village, Grant Park, and Ponce City Farmers Markets, the Fresh MARTA Markets, and educational outreach programs and events. CFM is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

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