News from our Members
Family fun will include cow-catching cabbage catapulting into an adjacent pasture plus live music, kite flying, a petting zoo and hay rides.
The brunch menu will feature strawberry pancakes for openers and strawberry key lime shortcake for sweet send-offs, and in between savory farm fresh scrambled eggs, country sausage and maple wood smoked bacon, biscuits from scratch with local honey and jam, fresh kale salad and Elkton home-fried potatoes.
“It’s all about celebrating this amazing corridor of family farms still with us in St. Johns County,” says Rype & Readi proprietor Jean-Sebastien Gros.
“Let’s keep showing people how important these farms are to our food supply, to our economy, and to what makes living here so good.”
Price is $14.50 for adults (mimosas optional), $7.50 for youngsters 5 and up, wee ones free. (After February 25, $19.50 and $9.50) For details, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/farm-brunch-family-strawberry-festival-celebrate-americas-original-farm-to-fork-corridor-since-1565-tickets-42214791578.
The Tri-County Agritourism Corridor is a multi-partnered project to help save family farms led by the nonprofit St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance.
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