Apr
6
6:00 pm18:00

Sourdough Bread Workshop

Michael Grantz and Arden Jones of Great Day Gardens bake a great variety of breads, all with the sourdough method. They bake with organic, local, ingredients and some of the grains they even grow themselves. You can read more about their baking operation and see pictures of their delicious breads here

Join us at Lynchburg Grows to learn from them about how to make and use sourdough starter and how sourdough breads differ from traditional yeast breads. Michael will do a baking demonstration, have breads for you to sample and loaves for you to buy and take home with you. You'll get to take some sourdough starter home with you so you can make your own sourdough bread or waffles or muffins or pancakes...

All this talk of baking at dinner time is going to make us hungry, so, included as part of the workshop, Chef Stephanie Fees will be making us some delicious vegetarian soup highlighting local ingredients. We'll snack on that (or call it dinner) along with some sourdough bread, of course.

To reserve your spot, click the sign up button below.

$35 per person (limited space available)

May
13
10:00 am10:00

Mother's Day Bouquet and Pie

Celebrate the person you call mom by giving a fresh, locally-made pie, (baked by chef extraordinaire, Stephanie Fees) and a beautiful bouquet of historic roses (created by flower power master, Sarah-Louise Dechow).
$50 for bouquet & pie (20 pies available)
$30 bouquet only

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Oct
22
6:00 pm18:00

A GREENHOUSE DINNER

  • Lynchburg Grows

Join us for a special evening at the farm. Click the button below to find out more and to purchase tickets.

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Oct
15
9:00 am09:00

Fall Volunteer Day

  • Lynchburg Grows

You're invited to come spend a Saturday morning with us at Lynchburg Grows! Get some fresh air and exercise and meet some new friends as you help us get the farm tidied up at the end of summer growing season. There's light work and heavy work to do - whatever you feel up to doing. Wear close-toed shoes, bring work gloves if you have them, and a refillable water bottle so you can stay hydrated.

Questions? email us: info@lynchburggrows.org