2019 Farm Events

Friday August 23rd 5-8 PM Corn Fritter Happy Hour!

Sujan and Ray are creating quite a plate – corn fritters with herbed sour cream, grilled sausage or lentil veggie burger from scratch on a bed of carmelized onions, a tomato bread salad and pickled veg. 
Plus Live Music with Leonissa Ardizzone

Sunday August 25th 12 -3 PM Build a BLT

Start dreaming of Ray’s amazing varieties of heirloom tomatoes, Ray’s farm fresh nitrate free bacon, and lettuce on crusty Bread alone sour dough with home made mayo, potato salad and pickled veggies – we are all going to build the BEST BLTs.($18 inc. taxx and service) Come build your dream sandwich and wash it down with some NYS beer wine cider or kombucha! Vegetarian options will be available, and of course, some great desserts from scratch. Buy your tickets in advance – there is a real bacon shortage, and we will only have enough for 60 plates!

Sunday Sept.1 of Labor Day Weekend – Grill Baby Grill

Back at the grill with grilled sweet Italian sausage, or a double patty pork burger, with grilled onions, potato chips from scratch, tomato medley and picked veg, Vegetarians, we have a great lentil veggie burger with the same sides. 
Home made desserts, NYS wine, beer and kombusha on tap. 
PLUS Live Music – Dreams2B are back, and ANNIE MALDINEY and her wild birds will be on hand showing off her feathered friends.

Sunday September 15th  Sit Down Dinner with Chef Saul Bolton

We are so happy that Chef Saul Bolton makes our farm dinners a yearly tradition. A culinary past that includes 2 Michelin stars, renown restaurants like the Vanderbilt, Red Gravy, and now the Norm at the Brooklyn Museum, he has, for the past 4 years, created a masterpiece of a Sunday afternoon meal at the farm. A true culinary artist, a long time friend of Ray, we are so lucky we get him to ourselves for an afternoon. Five courses, passed canapes start at 1:30,sit down dinner at 2:00. Wine pairings by Ulster County’s Gabriel Weinstein will be additional. We are so looking forward to this one. Service and tax included. No refunds, dinner goes on rain or shine. Grab your seat, we will sell out! 

Sunday Sept 29 2-5 PM Rosh Hashanah Dinner at the Farm

Join us for our first Rosh Hashanah dinner on Sunday September 29 2-5 PM 
You do not have to be Jewish to join in on celebrating the Jewish New Year. We are looking forward to offering a semi traditional 5 course meal featuring challah, matzo chicken soup, roasted chicken, many traditional and new side dishes including tzimmes, roasted carolla potatoes, roasted carrots, beets and leeks, a medley of roasted winter squashes, and of course, desserts including honey cake, Tishpishti and rughelah. Includes 1 glass of NYS wine! Three short prayers led by Jesse Silvertown.

$65 including service and tax  $30 children under 10.