Coyote Valley Family Farm Feast

Coyote Valley Family Farm Feast

Saturday, May 11, 2013, 11:00AM - 4:00PM

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Join us for a fun, outdoor festival with plenty of food, entertainment and activities in the beautiful 348-acre Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve. It is a green, zero-waste event ...


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Coyote Valley Family Farm Feast

Saturday, May 11, 2013, 11:00AM - 4:00PM

Register Here

Download the Flyer 

Join us for a fun, outdoor festival with plenty of food, entertainment and activities in the beautiful 348-acre Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve. It is a green, zero-waste event with free admission and parking.

 

The Family Farm Feast will feature the bounty of local agriculture paired with farm-to-table restaurants including The Table (San Jose) and Michelin star Chef Salvatore Calisi's restaurant Odeum (Morgan Hill). As a special treat, we are working with acclaimed author and green cuisine consultant, Chef Laura Stec, who is pairing chefs and local growers to develop delicious, healthy dishes for the feast! Small, medium and large plates of food will be available at reasonable cost.

 

Scheduled family-friendly entertainers include award-winning singer/songwriter Andy-Z, Sanjukta Giri -- acclaimed Nepali dancer and teacher, Folkloric Dancing and the best in down home music from Cornish and Lauder Bluegrass Duo and much more!

 

Activities will include ice cream making with all natural ingredients, interactive children's activities such as building irrigation models for agriculture and interpretive hikes.

 

The event site is the future Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve at 550 Palm Ave., located near the Bailey Road exit off Hwy 101 in Morgan Hill.

 

Come out and enjoy your open space land!

Please leave your dogs at home - they will not be allowed in the preserve or in the parking lot.


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