Dear Farm Friends:
Right on time. Today’s rains have the Bay feeling very autumnal, and at Alemany Farm we’re on schedule with all of our fall and winter plantings. The cabbages, cauliflower, chard and kales are all in the ground, and today we’re picking up our garlic seed. The farm is about to turn from gold to green.
Perfect for our 8th Annual Alemany Farm Harvest Festival THIS Saturday, Oct 27.
The festivities will start around 11 AM with garlic planting and other garden and orchard tasks.
Games for kids, T-shirt stenciling, and music will start shortly thereafter. We’re especially looking forward to hearing the sounds from local Bernal Heights band, The Knuckleknockers.
The BBQ will be in full swing by mid-afternoon. We’ll have a pig on the spit roast, Louisiana-style BBQ, veggie burgers, and a farro salad made from the wheat we grew ourselves this summer! It’s a potluck, so please bring a side dish or dessert to share.
The rains are expected to continue through Wednesday, but the forecast is calling for clear skies on Saturday, so this is a party you won’t want to miss.
Thanks, as always, for all of you work to make SF more food secure.
Dear Farm Friends:
The days are getting noticeably shorter, we’re harvesting the last of our tomatoes and zucchinis, and our trees are loaded with apples and quince. This can only mean one thing: Fall … the season for our annual Alemany Farm Harvest Festival.
We hope you and your family can join us Saturday, October 27 from 11 AM to 5 PM for our 8th Annual Harvest Festival.
As usual, we’ll have plenty of games and activities for folks of all ages, including:
and various garden + orchard tasks.
We’ve got a couple of great musical acts joining us this year! The Knuckle Knockers will kick off a set around 1 PM. At 3 PM, Ghost Town Gospel will begin playing.
And as always we’ll have plenty of great food including a spit-roasted pig, Louisiana style BBQ, vegetarian options, and pies from Mission Pie! … Please bring a side dish or dessert to share.
We hope to see you at this celebration of food, farming, and community.
In the meantime, please don’t forget these upcoming Farm workdays:
Saturday, October 13
Monday, October 15
Sunday, October 21
Monday, October 22
Saturday, October 27 — HARVEST FESTIVAL.
Thanks, as ever, for your work to make SF more food secure.
The Farm Team