Eating Local

Honey Yay, it’s back! 

The Leland St. Community Garden’s 6th Annual Honey Day will be held this Sunday, August 27th from 12 – 4. 

The Leland St. Community Garden is located at 15 Leland St. in Jamaica Plain, just a short walk or bike ride from Forest Hills Station.  If you’re driving, park on Wachusset St., near the ball field, or in the lot between St. Andrew’s and the ball field, and walk over to the Garden.

In addition to being able to meet and socialize with your neighbors, there will be live music, mead tasting, and honey-product purchasing opportunities. (Please don’t show up until at least 12:30, I need time to get there to make my annual honey purchase before they sell out.  C’mon, it’s only fair, since I am telling you about the event.)Toma

That same weekend, on Saturday the 26th, Allandale Farm is hosting their annual Tomato Tasting Festival from 11 – 3.  Like tomatoes?  Well, this is the place to be.  Tickets are $5 (kids under 6 are free).  There will be over 20 varieties available for tasting, live music and a corn roast.  Yum. 

Anyone up for some outdoor knitting and food?

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~ by Kat on August 23, 2006.

3 Responses to “Eating Local”

  1. Sounds like you have your weekend all planned out!

  2. That’s a gorgeous honey photo! And meade – ooooh. Good stuff there.

  3. Oh wow, those both look great! Thanks for the parking tips, too!

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