Throughout the year, we host special events. Some are simple gatherings, others are harvest celebrations or fundraisers for area nonprofits, and every couple of months the Hippie Buckaroos treat us to a live show at the Barn at Thomas Open Space.
We also feature a handful of farm dinners at the home farm, two of which are on the horizon. These are special table-to-farm events, featuring some of our favorite partner chefs, including ZOLO Executive Chef Brett Smith and Hosea Rosenberg of Blackbelly Catering.
Below you’ll find a list of what we have planned for the next couple of months. Be sure to check back often, as you never know when a new opportunity is going to pop up!
Wednesday, September 25, 2013, 4:45 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Rollingreens Food Truck Returns
Back in June, the fine folks at Rollingreens made their first-ever stop at the Farm Stand at Thomas Open Space to serve up some of delicious culinary creations. CSA members, staff and Lafayette residents enjoyed the evening so much that we’ve asked Rollingreens for a repeat performance during the peak of the harvest season. Join us for a laid-back, delicious dinner on the veranda at the Barn at Thomas Open Space. Everything they serve that night will be made with fresh-harvested Isabelle Farm Organic produce and locally sourced meats. We’re rooting for their chile rellenos, which word on the street has can’t be beat. The a la carte menu will feature item$4-$10/plate.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
2nd Annual GROWE Foundation Fish-to-Farm Fundraiser Dinner (ticketed event; purchase at Growe’s online registration site)
Join us on the veranda at the Barn at Thomas Open Space for an al-fresco five-course fish-to-farm dinner prepared by chefs from Jax Fish House and the Big Red F Restaurant group, highlighting freshly picked produce from Isabelle Farm. Overlooking the farm, with views of the Rocky Mountains, it’s sure to be one of your most memorable culinary experiences. All proceeds benefit the Growe Foundation’s Garden to Table Programs in BVSD. Click Here to learn more about the Garden to Table Program and how it impacts over 18,000 BVSD students each year. Click on the image at left for menu details.