Friends & Farmers Announces “Plow to Plate–A Harvest Dinner” Aug. 23

Posted by Jamie Oberdick on 08/11, 2017 at 07:41 AM

Friends & Farmers Announces “Plow to Plate–A Harvest Dinner” Aug. 23

Enjoy local food, wine and the company of your neighbors at the 2017 Plow to Plate Harvest Dinner sponsored by Friends & Farmers Cooperative and Mount Nittany Vineyard & Winery. Proceeds will benefit the Friends & Farmers Co-op Online Market. The event will be held at Mount Nittany Vineyard in Centre Hall from 5:00 to 8:30 pm on Wednesday, Aug. 23.

The event will kick-off with vineyard and winery tours beginning at 5 pm, followed by a dinner featuring seasonal offerings from some of the area’s best growers, producers and chefs. These include Big Spring Spirits, El Gringo Tacos, Elk Creek Café, Fasta & Ravioli Co., Gemelli Bakers, Happy Valley Restaurants, Harrison’s, Nola’s Joint Pizza, Nomad Kitchen, RE Farm Cafe, Spats Cafe, Tait Farm Foods, W.C. Clarke’s Coffee Roasters, and Zola.

Tickets are $35 and includes a complimentary glass of wine for those 21 and over. Kids under 12 are FREE! Tickets available from selected vendors at the Boalsburg and N. Atherton Farmers Markets, Webster’s Cafe, and online at

Live music will be provided by Papa and Bruce Young.

Friends & Farmers Cooperative aims to open a member-owned, cooperative store in State College, Pennsylvania that will specialize in local, sustainably produced products, be open to all people, and strengthen the community and local economy with good food. Friends & Farmers Cooperative aims to:

- support the local economy by giving local producers priority on store shelves;
- offer convenient, healthy, and delicious locally prepared foods;
- and inspire healthy eating habits through education and transparent labeling draw the community together in an inviting atmosphere.

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