Saturday, July 22, 4pm-9PM
Hoedown is our festive celebration at the height of summer! It will feature handcranked Salt & Straw ice cream, live music from Red Yarn and Wonderly, a photo booth, demos from our Community Chefs, and a picnic supper. Your ticket includes dinner, a drink ticket, and fun activities for the whole family. You can register here. Cost: $25 General Admission, $15 Youth, Free for 5 and Under
international kitchen garden planting
saturday, august 5, 9am-12pm
Join us and our neighbors and partners for the inaugural planting of our International Kitchen Garden, a new wheelchair-accessible gardening space in front of the Urban Grange! We’ll be planting the raised beds with fall and winter crops for our Community Chef workshops. This is family-friendly, and please send questions and RSVPs to Andrew at email@example.com.
COMMUNITY COOKING WORKSHOP
TUESDAY, August 8, 5:30PM-8PM
Menu will feature farm fresh summer vegetables. More details coming soon! Join us to build community around food and share knowledge and resources with one another. Children are welcome to come with their adults and learn right alongside all of us. Register here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Cost: $5-15 per group (no one turned away due to lack of funds).
Farm Dinner with Gregory gourdeT
Saturday, August 19, 6pm-9pm
Gregory Gourdet serves inspired, modern cuisine as Executive Chef of Departure Restaurant. This August, Gregory returns to Zenger Farm to prepare a three-course dinner in support of good food for all. You can register here. Cost: $85 per person
Farm to Table
Saturday, September 30, 5pm-10PM
Farm to Table is our signature celebration in support of good food for all. Join us for a gala and auction at the Urban Grange with appetizers prepared by our Community Chefs and a multi-course meal from an all-star chef lineup, including Katy Millard from Coquine. You can purchase your ticket here. Cost: $200 per person
Beekeeping Work Parties with Portland Urban Beekeepers
1st and 3rd Sundays, 10AM-12PM
Beekeepers from PUB will be onsite working on the hives in the Zenger Farm apiary. This is a great opportunity to learn about beekeeping from some of the local experts. Appropriate for all levels of experience. Equipment is available for use, but please wear close toed shoes, weather appropriate clothes, and bring your own water bottle and sunscreen.
There is no charge for these events, though donations to PUB help sustain the program at Zenger Farm.
Please contact email@example.com with questions