Finbarr and Eleanor McCarthy welcome you to Springfield Farm for an evening of food, culture and friendship.
– Thank you for a successful event! –
When: Saturday, September 25th from 5 – 11 pm
Where: Located in the hamlet of Apple Hill at 18709 County Road 25
Tickets: $150 per person +HST (Maximum 60 tickets, guided by COVID guidelines)
Discount applied at checkout.
Special Guest, Chef Joseph Shawana,
CEC, CCC, Chair of Indigenous Culinary of Associated Nations
The Field & Feast menu is taste re-imagined Indigenous Cuisine. As a young child, Chef Shawana learned about the myriad of gifts Mother Earth has to offer. His foraging experience has fuelled his whole-ingredient philosophy, ensuring every ingredient is carefully selected and entirely respected.
Prepared over an open fire and served with a sparkling Foraged Evergreen Soda, Guests will enjoy Roasted Apples & Squash Soup, Wild Rice & Berry Salad, Grilled Venison & Three Sisters Succotash, & finish with a delightful Mixed Berry Crumble with steel cut oats Maple Taffy & Sweetgrass Creme Anglaise.
Complemented by Local Chefs
Roger Caron, The Spicy Pearl, Cornwall
Michelle Daprato, Buvette du marche, Alexandria
Gallery Exhibit by Akwesasne Artists: Ben & Barb Benedict
Bubbles from local cider company: Three County Cider, Glen Walter
A night of dancing as St. Clair and the Situation serenade a canopy of stars!
Organic Food Purveyors:
The Glengarry Market, Alexandria
Kirkview Farms, Dalkeith
Springfield Farm, Apple Hill
Guided tours offered.
Organic gold sponsor:
In partnership with: