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Farmers Market logo Dec 2012

Sunday, July 24 ยท 4-8:30 p.m.
$45/person

Bus departs City Hall at 4 p.m.

If riding the bus, register by 7/19 (Code: 56501-A)

If driving on your own, register by 7/19 (Code: 56501-B)

Don't care to register online? Fill out the program registration form and mail it with your payment to the Parks and Recreation Department. (PDF 119.49 KB)

There are no refunds after the registration deadline. Prior to the deadline, July 19, there is a $3 administrative fee for cancellations.

Take a tour of Maple Valley Farm, followed by wine tasting, a vineyard tour, and a farm-to-fork meal at Oliver Winery's Creekbend Vineyard.

The Howard family operates Maple Valley Farm using the highest standards of production in their pastured meat and eggs, including biomimicry and management intensive grazing.

Oliver Winery has grown to become the oldest and largest winery in the Midwest. Their mission is to connect people through wine. The Creekbend Vineyard represents Oliver Winery's commitment to the production of great wine from Indiana-grown grapes.

The evening culminates in a dinner prepared by local chefs from no Coast Reserve and Function Brewing, including vegetarian and vegan options. Oliver Winery samples their wines during the cocktail hour and live music rounds out the event.

The tour is co-sponsored by Bloomingfoods Market and Deli, the Local Growers' Guild, Harvest Moon Flower Farm, No Coast Reserve, Function Brewing, Maple Valley Farm, and Oliver Winery.

Guest Tips

For more information about the Homegrown Indiana Farm Tour, contact the Bloomington Community Farmers' Market at farmersmarket@bloomington.in.gov or call (812) 349-3738.