Second Annual Farm-a-Q at Brandmoore Farm this Sunday!

Join us for the family-friendly Second Annual Farm-a-Q event this Sunday, June 30th, from 12 noon to 4 pm, at beautiful Brandmoore Farm in Rolllinsford, NH:

Second Annual Farm-a-Q
Slow Food Seacoast & Heirloom Harvest Project
Brandmoore Farm, 70 Sligo Rd, Rollinsford, NH
Sunday, June 30, 2013
12 – 4 pm

The second annual Farm-a-Q will take place this year on June 30th at Brandmoore Farm in Rollinsford, NH. Co-presented by Slow Food Seacoast and the Heirloom Harvest Project, Farm-a-Q is a picnic-style bounty of heirloom and heritage foods grown on local farms and prepared by some of the area’s best restaurants. The afternoon features an incredible buffet, showcasing the abundance of delicious locally grown products and the talent of local chefs.

This year we are thrilled to have the following restaurants cooking for us: Black Birch, Black Trumpet, Buttermilk Baking Company, Cava, The District, Enzo, The Green Monkey, The Hideout Grill at the Oaks Golf Links, The Kitchen on Islington, Martingale Wharf, Moxy, and The One Hundred Club!

Farm-a-Q runs from 12:00 – 4:00 pm with food served from 1:00 – 3:00. Enjoy workshops, live music and activities all afternoon. Tour the farm, make butter, sample some cheese and savor the taste of summer at this relaxing, family-friendly event. Tickets are $25 or $20 for Slow Food members. Youth $15, Children under 12 are $5 (children under 3 are free).

Brandmoore Farm is a diversified farm, primarily focused on raw milk and other dairy products, pork, eggs and vegetables. Located on the banks of the Salmon Falls River, this beautiful farm setting is a perfect place to spend the afternoon. We hope you’ll join us!

Are you interested in helping out with Farm-a Q this year? Volunteers are needed the day of the event to set-up equipment, run activities, monitor parking and more. We guarantee food and fun! If interested please email

 For more information and to purchase tickets:

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