The final Food Truck Rodeo of the season is fast approaching.
Get ready for lots of outdoor fun. There’s family fun for all including hayrides, corn hole games, a bouncy house and face painting for the kids. Adults can enjoy craft beer from local breweries and wine. The food trucks that will be participating for this event: Wafle & Dinghy, Cheesy Pete, Elizabeth Walker, Green Street & Kona Ice
They’ll be entertainment by the School of Rock band of Long Island.
Tickets for the Food Truck Rodeo may be purchased in advance at the Farm stand or may be purchased at the door.
If you’ve volunteered in the past and would like to help out at the Food Truck Rodeo, click the link below:
We Have What You Need for Your July 4th BBQs
Here’s what’s at the farm stand:
From Crossroads Farm:
Black and red raspberries, a wide variety of loose leaf and head lettuces, snap peas, kale, Swiss chard, fresh herbs and squash blossoms
From Rustic Roots:
Local asparagus, sweet potato, red potatoes, Yukon gold potato, yellow onions, red onions, peaches, sugar plums, beefsteak tomatoes, heirloom cherry tomatoes, cucumbers strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, and CORN (NON-GMO from No. Carolina).
Note: Local corn is not available yet.
ALL ORGANIC – Green beans, broccoli crowns, carrots, green & red cabbage, cauliflower, celery, green swiss chard, corn, eggplant, butternut squash noodles, zucchini noodles, garlic, ginger, turmeric, portabella mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, baby arugula, zucchini, yellow squash, tomatoes on the vine, *NEW ITEM – few varieties of vegan salad bowls.
Pretzel burger buns, brioche burger buns, brioche hot dog buns, brioche cheddar pull aparts, onion-poppy pull aparts, raisin walnut cranberry pull aparts, pugliese sesame batard, 7 grain batard and pumpernickel batard
Apple cider donuts
Volunteer Opportunities in July_
Want to get involved? Want to make a difference at the farm and in your community? We have a vibrant and well organized volunteer program.
Come join us at the farm and enjoy a day outside while you get your hands dirty. We are maintaining the fields, sowing seeds, planting, transplanting and harvesting. Join us and help us grow, learn some farming and biodynamic skills while you mingle with the staff and other volunteers. If getting your hands dirty is not your thing, you may also help at our next fundraiser the Food Truck Rodeo on Friday, July 20th.
Friday, July 6th from 9 am – 11 am, Field 2 – Tomato Trellising.
Tuesday, July 10th from 2pm – 4pm, Seed Saving
Tuesday, July 17th from 9am – 11am, Farm Clean-up amd Recycle Day
Wednesday, July 18th from 9 am – 10 am, Seed Saving & Weeding
Friday, July 20th from 4:30pm – 9:30pm, Event help – Food Truck Rodeo
Friday, July 27th from 8:30am – 10:30am, Soil Blocking
Tuesday, July 31st from 10am – 12pm, Starting Seeds
Please join us for one or more volunteer activities. Sign up here.
Note: Press the down arrow to the right of the first activity displayed to see them all.
Many Annuals and Perennials Still Available for Your Garden
Many plants and flowers available at the farm this weekend, purchase roses, annuals including impatiens, marigolds, begonias, portulaca, petunias, and more. Buy annuals by the flat or single cell. We also have a variety of hanging baskets including impatiens, petunias, and geraniums. Please stop in to purchase these beautiful flowers for your home and garden.
Attention Landscapers and Home Gardeners: Crossroads Farm’s Own Compost
Crossroads Farm has taken one more step in being earth-friendly! Our 5-Gallon compost bags are now being sold in reusable burlap, With each purchase, there is one less plastic bag being used. The bags are an additional $2 deposit you will get back upon return. Inside is the same five gallons of our great local organic compost.
- 1 gallon – $2.00
- 5 gallons – $8.00
- 1 yard – $60.00
- 5 yards – $250.00
- 10 yards – $450.00
- Contact us regarding larger volume pricing.
For inquiries email firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Chance to Buy CSA Booklets for 2018!
Support your local farm by providing revenue for the current growing season. This revenue goes towards the purchase of soil, seeds, and other farming supplies. Sales of 2018 CSA Booklets ends on July 3rd.
Here’s how Crossroads Farm Consumer Supported Agriculture (CSA) works:
- Purchase your CSA booklet at $50 and receive $55 worth of coupons.
- Purchase your CSA booklet at $100 and receive $110 worth of coupons.
- Use your CSA coupons for purchases in the farm stand.
Additionally, customers using their CSA booklets get a 10% discount on all their farm stand purchases.
You may purchase your CSA booklets on-line by clicking the link below or in the farm stand.
Store Hours during the July 4th Week:
Monday, Tuesday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Wednesday, July 4th – CLOSED for the holiday.
Thursday – Sunday: -10 AM – 6 PM
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