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Harvest Halton Show

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Harvest Halton Show

Time: October 4, 2015 all day
Location: Country Heritage Park
Event Type: show
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: May 15, 2015

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Harvest Halton - A Farm to Chef Experience at Country Heritage Park is an opportunity to tantalize your taste buds and sample unique dishes created by award winning chefs from Halton Region's renowned restaurants. Each chef will be paired with local farmers who will provide signature ingredients fresh from the harvest. Harvest Halton provides guests with an opportunity to satisfy their thirst and increase their knowledge of microbreweries with beverages from Halton’s craft breweries and famous fruit winery (non-alcoholic options also available).

Enjoy live music, an artisanal market, wagon rides, and speak directly to local farmers to learn more about the benefits of eating local. This is sure to be a fun, informative and delicious experience. Discover the true taste of Halton. Rain or shine – we've got you covered!

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