july 13 | august 10 | september 7 | 5:30 - 8:00pm
Farm in the Dell of the Red River Valley’s Table to Farm Dinner Series events are a momentary experience and a joyful celebration of human connection. There are few things more magical than sharing a table and a meaningfully-crafted meal with others, so we invite you to gather with us at our farm to share a multi-course meal, employee testimonials, stories from a local grower/producer, music, fellowship, and fun.
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about the events
Traditional restaurants source ingredients for their menus – we’re bringing the table right to the source, where each meal's ingredients were harvested fresh from the field. Our aim is to reconnect diners to the land while celebrating:
God’s blessings through the farm’s bounty
the hardworking hands that produce it
our mission of transforming disabilities into abilities
dates & details
Dates: Thursday, July 13; Thursday, August 10; Thursday, September 7
Time: 5:30 – 8:00pm
5:30pm: social (drinks, appetizers, music)
6:00pm: farm tour (optional)
6:30pm: dinner and program
Location: Farm in the Dell - 7426 40th St N, Moorhead
Meal: Each meal will be beautifully prepared by Heart-N-Soul Café, and will include seasonal produce gathered directly from Farm in the Dell’s garden. The main course will be paired with a wine. The dessert will be prepared by Bernie’s.
guest speakers & more info
THURSDAY, JULY 13
Guest Speakers: Molly Yeh and Nick Hagen – Molly Yeh is a cookbook author and Food Network host. Nick Hagen is a fifth-generation farmer. Nick and Molly are married and own Bernie’s in East Grand Forks, MN.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10
Guest Speaker: Maartje and Casey Murphy – Casey and Maartje own and operate Cows and Co Creamery/Duchessa Gelato. They make artisan gelato and authentic gouda cheese with the milk from their family dairy farm in Carrington, ND.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
Guest Speakers: Megan Myrdal and Annie Wood – Megan is a registered dietitian, author, and educator. Annie is the Associate Director for Student Life at MSUM. Through these platforms, they celebrate, connect, and empower the local community through food, among other things. They serve together on the Board of Food of the North.
notes for attendees
In an effort to make each event as special as possible, below are a few notes for attendees:
The event will take place at the farm, so get ready to have some fun!
The parking lot and the barn (where the meal will be served), are gravel. If you choose to join us for the optional farm tour, you will be walking across grass and a dirt field. We encourage you to wear shoes that you are comfortable in for these terrains.
The dinner will take place in the barn, so attendees will be under a roof. We plan to have the large barn doors open, so, depending on the chosen date, we encourage you to dress in layers.
The on-site bathrooms are handicapped-accessible porta-potties.
Each attendee will receive two drink tickets which may be used for wine (age 21+) or other non-alcoholic drinks that have been designed to pair well with the meal.
At Farm in the Dell of the Red River Valley, our mission is transforming disabilities into abilities through purposeful work and life experiences in a community farm setting. We invite you to gather with us at our farm to share a meal – breaking bread together, rejoicing through music, and building community.
Interested in volunteering or have additional questions? Don't hesitate to reach out to Anna Sather, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218.593.3355.