The final show of the 2016 summer season is a benefit for Rural Vermont and sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Join us early to enjoy live music by bluegrass band Red Barn Hayloft and an incredible menu of prepared foods, including:
- The Good Food Truck offering a taco bar featuring All Souls Tortilleria and Vermont Bean Crafters
- Bread & Butter Farm’s Burger Night – on the road! Featuring Flack Family Farm‘s beef and August First buns
- Miss Weinerz’ S’mores Cart
Carnivore, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. All foods sourced from local farms who practice regenerative agriculture that feeds the soil and produces the most nutrient-dense foods. Thanks to Ren Weiner of Miss Weinerz for curating the menu!
Also- farm tours, poetry reading, hayrides, and the launch of Rural Vermont’s 2016 “Eat Like a Farmer” raffle! All the fun gets underway at 4pm and the ballet starts at 6pm.
Bring money for food and the raffle, picnic blankets, lawn chairs, and all your friends and neighbors! RAIN OR SHINE.
Note: Most Farm to Ballet shows are selling out, and this special one, which is also the final 2016 performance, is quickly on its way to doing the same. Don’t miss out- Buy tickets now! $16.50 for adults; kids 12 and under free (but must have tickets).
Red Barn Hayloft is a four piece band steeped in traditional bluegrass. The band plays a variety of tunes featuring high lonesome, two part harmonies, and straight forward driving picking. Songs range from Bill Monroe classics to fiddle standards, and a few newer grass tunes thrown in for good measure. Members Andy Stone, Clay Purvis, Jonathan Falby, and Tim Gershon all reside in the greater Randolph/Brookfield area with their young families.