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Sunday, September 22, 2019
11:00 a.m — 3:00 p.m.
Gates open and parking
starts at 10:30

Adults $25.00 in advance, $30 at the door
Youth 13–17, $10.00
Children under 12, Free!

Music: Bobbi Carmitchell and Friends.
Kids’ Activities: Storytime 11:30 & 1:30 • Scavenger hunts 2:00 • Farm animal mask making • Free play and more for children 3 & up.
Lawn games: Giant Jenga, Corn Hole & more.
Silent Auction: Stop by and check out items ranging from original artwork to favorites like tickets to the Fulton Theatre and Laserdome, as well as some edible gifts from our fellow farmers.
Parking is nearby and accessible via free shuttle.  
Reserve a table in advance for 6 to 10 friends. More shade with extra purple tents in the dining area.

Please email events@homefields.org or call 717.872.2012 with questions, to reserve a table, or to pay by check.

All proceeds benefit Homefields.

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Menu

Vegan: Southern Veggie Wraps • Rustic Tomato Tart • Watermelon and Cucumber Salad • Pepper Cabbage

Meats: Pulled Pork on Ciabatta Rolls with three BBQ sauce options • Baked Chicken • Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil Salad • Baked BBQ Lima Beans

Tasting Menu: Chefs Gus Gianopoulous and David Welsh will present a Taste of Homefields using many vegetables and herbs from Homefields Care Farm and partner farms, including Gnocchi with Pesto • Onion and Mushroom Bruschetta • Baba Ganoush • Salsa Verde • Asian Pear Salad • Tomato Sauce. Guest farmers include Mirror Image Farms, Village Crest Farm, and North Star Orchard.

Desserts: Fruit Salad • Gourmet Apple Pie • Chocolate Pecan Pie • Vanilla Ice Cream

Beverages: Water, Juice Boxes, Coffee, Turkey Hill drinks, Local Beer & Wine + A signature cocktail using blueberry syrup from Homefields Care Farm


—THANKS TO our SPONSORS—

—special thanks to—

Katie Landis, Farm Manager • Elizabeth Swope, Farm Supervisor • All the Farm Hands and Helpers • Miller’s Smorgasbord and Chefs Al Duncan and Jonathan Barboza • Chefs Gus Gianopoulos and David Welsh • Kyki Bobotas • Rick and Lori Eshelman • Taryn Hogeland • Bruce Sullenberger • Mirror Image Farms • North Star Orchard • Village Crest Farm


—volunteer support—

Franklin and Marshall College • Lancaster Creative Reuse • Lancaster Sierra Club • The Lancaster County Career and Technology Center


—Gift Sponsors—

Abendessen Breads • Bobbi Carmitchell • Cherry Crest Adventure Farm • Creative Reuse • Figure Firm Total Fitness • Fulton Theatre • Go ’N Bananas • Gus Gianopoulis • Hands-On House Museum • Harrisburg Area Riverboat Society • Jenn Bishop • Lancaster Science Factory • Laserdome • Leisure Lanes • Mirror Image Farms • North Star Orchard • Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat • Promised Land Farm • Robert Andrews • Rocky Springs Entertainment Center • Sight & Sound Theatres • Strasburg Railroad • Uglie Acres • Village Crest Mushrooms • The Ware Center • Wegmans • Wild Birds Unlimited


—Picnic in the Fields Committee—

Tracy Beck • Jenn Bishop • Chefs Gus Gianapoulous and Dave Welsh • Allison G. Hawthorne • David Henriques • Katie Landis • Erin McFalls • Linda Strauss • Tom Strauss • Elizabeth Swope • Carol Welsh

Homefields gratefully acknowledges the contribution of the Walters/Unitarian Church Trust, an endowment from Arthur and Selma Waters, in making this event a reality. In awarding a grant, the UUCL board has acknowledged the contribution of Homefields in achieving the vision of inclusiveness among all humans as well as respect for the dignity and worth of each individual, as promoted by the Walters Trust and UUCL.