The 3rd Annual Boston Local Food Festival is coming up on Sunday, October 7, and I am looking forward to participating!
The Boston Local Food Festival is a "free admission and zero waste festival where you will find farmers, fisherfolk, producers and chefs selling and showcasing local food. Spectators of all backgrounds learn about the benefits of sustainably produced food, purchase delicious local food for $5 per serving, participate in educational activities, engage with top local chefs, enjoy local music and art, and taste local craft beer and mead. Themed 'Healthy Food for All,' the festival connects New England eaters with the abundance of fresh, nutritious local foods available in Massachusetts and stretching out into New England."
I will be teaching a "Home-Brewing Kombucha" Demo from 3:30 - 4 pm, and the demonstration will cover the basics of brewing and bottling kombucha, so that people know how to prepare it at home. Read more details about the demo and the other DIY Demos at the festival here. The festival will be held at the Wharf District and American Heritage parks on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, which is located near South Station, Faneuil Hall, and the Aquarium. Instead of driving, taking alternative methods of transportation is strongly advised, such as public transportation, walking, and biking. Here is a map of the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and for more details about getting there, visit the website for the Boston Local Food Festival.
See you at the festival!