Date: September 14, 2019 to September 14, 2019
Where: Wakeman Town Farm, Wakeman Farm Road and Cross Highway, Westport, Connecticut, United States, 06880
Ticket Price: N/A
Join us for a Rockin' Evening on the Farm We are thrilled to have you at our ninth-annual farm-to-table Harvest Fest event on Saturday, September 14 at Wakeman Town Farm. Held on the Farm's grounds and under a festive tent draped with twinkling lights, Harvest Fest is a magical evening, featuring fabulous fare and libations, generously contributed by local farmers and sponsors, and prepared by rock star chefs. Wine and signature cocktails will be flowing! Music will be playing. It's a FUN-Raiser! We are a nonprofit, and can't live on love alone! More than just a celebration of food, farm and fun, the event is designed to raise funds to support our various youth education programs. This year, we offered a record number of camperships that allowed more than 200 children from Westport's Human Services Department, as well as underserved communities, including Bridgeport's Horizons at Sacred Heart University, to enjoy free camps and programs that provide an authentic farm experience. Please bring cash and/or your checkbook and plan to bid on our wine wall and our larger auction items, including a variety of exclusive private food and wine experiences, such as private chef dinners and vacations. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Seating Note This is a communal seating event, so you may be sitting next to new friends. If you have a group of 8 people total, we will feature a limited roped off area to guarantee your own table. We have tried in years past to accommodate groups of four to six, but have found that its difficult to hold partial tables, so this reserved seating opportunity is available only to groups of 8 people who purchase one entire 8-top. To purchase a table for 8, please don't delay as they go fast! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If we have a table available, we will then ask you to mail in a check for $1,200 made out to Wakeman Town Farm.