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Stone Soup Farm to Table Event

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Stone Soup Farm to Table Event

Support Concord agriculture and join us for the 12th annual Stone Soup Dinner. One hundred percent of the “profits” from this event will again be donated the Concord Agricultural Committee and will be used to keep farming alive and well in Concord. Enjoy a tastings  menu prepared by your favorite local restaurants and eateries all prepared using ingredients grown on local farms.

This year’s dinner will be held on Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 from 4PM – 7PM at Verrill Farm.

Tickets are $40 per person and are on sale at The Concord Cheese Shop, Verrill Farm and online. Join us for a fun night of food, music, drink (cash bar), and mingling with friends.

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$40.00

Out of stock

Stone Soup Farm to Table Event

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This fun twist on a farm to table dinner features local food grown and donated by Concord farms and then prepared by the chefs of your favorite local restaurants and eateries. Enjoy a tasting menu prepared with locally grown fruit and produce all to benefit local agriculture.

Support Concord agriculture and join us for the 12th annual Stone Soup Dinner. One hundred percent of the “profits” from this event will again be donated the Concord Agricultural Committee and will be used to keep farming alive and well in Concord.

This year’s dinner will be held on Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 from 4PM – 7PM at Verrill Farm.

Tickets are $40 per person and are on sale at The Concord Cheese Shop, Verrill Farm and online. Join us for a fun night of food, live music, drink (cash bar), and mingling with friends.

This collaborative effort truly celebrates and reflects Concord’s agricultural heritage. It connects us to the land that feeds us. We invite you to come eat deliciously and enjoy the food of the town.

This year’s generous participants include:

  • 80 Thoreau
  • Adelita
  • The Concord Cheese Shop
  • Debra’s Natural Gourmet
  • Fiorella’s
  • Haute Coffee
  • Papa Razzi
  • Trail’s End Cafe
  • Reasons to be Cheerful
  • Verrill Farm
  • Saltbox Farm
  • Barrett’s Mill Farm
  • Macone Farm
  • Scimone Farm
  • Silferleaf Farm
  • Rotundo Farm
  • Brigham Farm
  • Marshall Farm
  • Kenney Farm

In 2007, Jim Wayman, a member of Concord’s Agricultural Committee, persuaded the town and a group of volunteers to host Concord’s first Stone Soup dinner. Jim loved the idea that a small town in Italy, Buonconvento, came together to “celebrate community, respect for the land and gratitude for what it provides.” He loved the idea of a dinner that stretched on long tables where neighbors came together to share dishes made from locally-grown food.

We’re pleased to announce that Stone Soup will celebrate its 12th year this year! It truly has become an annual town event.

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