Get The Best And Freshest Of Montana At This Farm To Table Event
It's almost time to sit at Montana's Longest Table in Lewistown to celebrate the contributions Montana makes to the world of food in this 7th annual farm to table event.
What Exactly is "Farm to Table"?
Farm to table started out as an offshoot of the hippie movement on the West Coast in the 1960s and 70s, but it has since grown into a worldwide phenomenon that doesn’t show any sign of slowing down.
Farm to table, also known as farm to fork, can be defined as a social movement where restaurants source their ingredients from local farms, usually through direct acquisition from a farmer. Most traditional restaurants get their produce from other parts of the country or around the world.
When and Where Is Montana's Longest Table?
August 19, 2023 at Creekside Park in Lewistown
What Happens at the Event?
Gates open at 5pm, entertainment starts at 5:30pm and dinner is at 6pm. There will be education and kids events and a table that seats 200.
What's on the Menu for Montana's Longest Table?
From beef, pork, chicken and dairy to wheat, hops, legumes, berries and so much more.
How Much are Tickets and How Do I Get Them?
- Adults: $10
- Kids 3-12: $5
- Kids under 2 Free
I feel that's a really reasonable price to get fresh Montana grown food and a fun community atmosphere. You can click here to order your tickets on line. If you're thinking of attending, it's recommended you get your tickets early. This is a very popular event.
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