SCOTT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S Autumn Fare
On Sunday, September 13, 2015, the Scott County Agricultural Society will hold their third
“AUTUMN FARE,” an event to promote locally produced food, natural fiber, local farms, and art. Their mission is to provide a venue where local food producers, artists, and producers of natural fiber can show the community their art and natural fiber and promote their farms and the products they have raised or created.
According to the website, the first year was a success, and the second year they had 700 enthusiastic visitors.
An “Aisle of Farms” in one of the barns will have booths or tables with a few animals to show the community what producers are doing on their farms. Photos of farms and animals will also be on display in the booths.
Vendors will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a Farmer’s Breakfast from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Red Food Stand. During the day, 4-H will have their food stand open to provide “Fare” for Autumn Fare.
Contact Norm Pint, the Scott County Fair Manager at 952-492-2436 for contract information and vendor/commercial exhibitor questions; Lori Pint at email@example.com or 952-758-4128 if you have questions. Check the Scott County Fair webpage frequently for updates about “Autumn Fare.”
Tessa Lehto is a Shakopee resident and garden enthusiast. This article is funded in part by Scott County’s Statewide Health Initiative Plan to promote healthy eating in the county and Local Harvest Alliance to promote awareness of local foods. Comments or Ideas? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.