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farm tour: sand creek farm and monument cafe, 11/20

November 16, 2010

We’re very sorry to announce that we’re having to cancel the Sand Creek Farm and Monument Cafe event, due to lack of ticket sales. There were RSVP’s and then cancellations, possibly due to it being just too close to the Thanksgiving holiday. There was a good amount of interest, it just didn’t add up to enough attendance to make the project feasible for the farmer and for Monument Cafe.  We’ll definitely be re-offering this same event in the spring.

Date: tbs
Location: Sand Creek Farm and Monument Cafe
Tickets: available at brown paper tickets

Monument Cafe

This Saturday we head out to Sand Creek Farm in Cameron to see their raw milk dairy, grassfed beef cattle, other livestock and vegetable crops, and, if we play our cards right, possibly a hay ride! Everyone will have the opportunity to purchase farm goods. Then we caravan to Monument Cafe in Georgetown, nationally celebrated for seriously good diner food featuring sustainable farm goods products, much of it sourced locally.  The cafe’s owners will soon open Monument Market, featuring naturally raised meats, produce, dairy and more, all made or grown in Texas.  Cafe chefs will prepare and serve a harvest lunch featuring Sand Creek’s delicious meats, dairy and produce.  Purchase tickets here, and contact betsyl@slowfoodaustin.org with any questions.

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