Buy Local Challenge 10th Anniversary Celebration Event
– Southern Maryland Style!
SMADC is hosting an evening of farms, food and fun to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Buy Local Challenge
- “Southern Maryland Style!"
Open to the public, the event (rain or shine) will be held on the evening of Monday, July 31 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Robin Hill Farm and Vineyards in Brandywine, Southern Maryland.
Anniversary Celebration event will feature tastings of Maryland farm products from vendors of fruits, vegetables, meats, wine and other locally produced beverages, ice cream, baked goods, and more. Also, enjoy a locally-sourced Southern Maryland style buffet dinner, live music
, the magnificent Suttler Post Farm Clydesdales
, a raffle and lawn games, and purchase from Maryland farmers, producers, artisans, and crafters. Ticketed guests will also receive a ‘Buy Local’ insulated tote bag to keep their purchases fresh from farm to fridge!
Event tickets must be purchased in advance and are available now on a first come first serve basis until sold out. Click HERE
to purchase tickets and for full event details. We look forward to seeing you!
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Special Thanks to Our Sponsors:
Grow & Fortify, MARBIDCO, Maryland's Best, Maryland Farm Bureau, the Maryland Agricultural Education Foundaiton, R&D Cross, and the Rural Maryland Council
The Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission (SMADC), a division of the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, is committed to: a) a market-driven and sustainable farming future as Maryland transitions away from tobacco. b) a Maryland where farmland preservation, and environmental stewardship positively impact the quality of our air and water and c) cultivating awareness among consumers and leaders of the vital role our farms play in a balanced community, safe, nutritious food and a cleaner and healthier environment. To learn more about additional programs and resources, contact SMADC, P. O. Box 745, Hughesville, MD 20637; phone: 301-274-1922, Ex. 1, fax: 301-274-1924; email firstname.lastname@example.org ; or visit www.smadc.com.