Who Says There’s Nothing to do In Orlando? Winter Park Harvest Festival

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Have you ever met a farmer? Stop by the Winter Park Harvest Festival and YMCA Family Fall Festival this coming Sunday, Nov 20, 2011, at the West Meadow of Central Park & Central Park N (150 N New York Ave, Winter Park). The Harvest Festival will be from 9 am – 5 pm and the Kids Festival will be from 10 am – 2 pm. There will be something for everyone as the festival celebrated local food, farmers, chefs, entrepreneurs, and non-profits that bring their bounty to our tables. There will be a 100% local-only farmers market so you can plan your Thanksgiving meal with local treats such as sweet potatoes, cauliflower, eggs, cheese, breads, dessert and so much more. With games, crafts and gardening activities for the kids, the whole family will have a great time.

Don’t forget to check out the Garden Demo Tent
10 am How to Plant a Grow Box with Tia Meer of Home Grown Delights, LLC
11 am Square Foot Gardening with Ed Thralls of the Agricultural Extension Service
12 pm Worm Composting with Bernie Moro of Our Vital Earth
1 pm Practical Productivity in a Florida Garden with Tom Carey of Sundew Gardens
2 pm Organic Plant Nutrition and Pest Control with Nick Francisco of Blodgett Gardens
3 pm Edible Landscaping with Henry Melendy of My Yard Farm

For more information, http://www.winterparkharvestfestival.com

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About Jeanette Dixon PA

Orlando real estate consultant and licensed Realtor enjoying downtown Orlando & all Central Florida has to offer.
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