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What is Chefs for Farmers?
Chefs for Farmers is a grassroots organization that celebrates all things local. They are a group of volunteers who put on no-fuss events in support of local farmers, as well as the chefs and businesses that participate in the local food movement.
What do people do there?
Chefs for Farmers: Mixin’ It Up On The Boulevard is an outdoor food, wine and spirits festival. Patrons will enjoy bites by more than 30 of the area’s most talented chefs, sip on great wines and cocktails, and listen to tracks spun by local DJs. In addition, event goers can visit and a pop-up farmers’ market featuring products by local artisans.
When is it?
May 6, 2012
Where is it at?
The celebration will bring local farmers, chefs and purveyors together at Lee Park in Dallas, Texas. Lee Park is located at 3333 Turtle Creek Boulevard.
Who is the Founder?
Chefs for Farmers was created by husband-and-wife team, Chef Matt McCallister and Oh*Brownie founder Iris McCallister to raise awareness for the locavore movement in Texas. Chefs for Farmers is a grassroots organization that celebrates all things local, and consists of a group of volunteers that put on no-fuss events in support of local farmers, as well as the chefs and businesses that participate in the local food movement.
What does the event benefit?
As a group, Chef for Farmers is committed to donating 100 percent of event profits to charitable causes. Our goal as an organization is to raise awareness for the locavore movement in Texas.
Can anybody attend?
Anybody with a ticket! Purchase your ticket today: https://www.prekindle.com/checkout/id/22191984701701901
See you on the Boulevard!
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