Somerville Local First


Harvest Fest 2015 - Saturday, October 17

HarvestFestMark2015-WebsiteIt’s that time of year again! We’re excited to present the 7th annual Harvest Fest to Somerville. One of the areas premier tasting events and nonprofit fundraisers, Harvest Fest brings together some of the the best businesses in the local movement under one amazing roof at Arts at the Armory for your tasting pleasure.

Never heard of Harvest Fest? Check out our video recap from the events

Join Somerville Local First and local economy advocates far and wide on Saturday October 17th for a day or evening (or both!) of delicious food from some of Somerville’s best local restaurants, local beer from some of your favorite independent brewers around New England and much more. See below for our current list of confirmed participants.

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Confirmed breweries and other libations to date:

Aeronaut Brewing
Berkshire Brewing Company
Downeast Cider House
Far from the Tree Cider
Farnum Hills
Newburyport Brewing Company
Somerville Brewing Company (aka Slumbrew)

Entertainment will be provided by Somerville favorites:

Red Square
The Somerville Ukulele Club
Somerville Symphony Orkestar

Confirmed restaurants to date:

7ate9 Bakery
Brass Union
Casa B
Cuisine en Locale
Kitchen Millie
Olde Magoun’s Saloon
The Independent
JP Licks
Galley Ice Cream
Taza Chocolate
Dave’s Fresh Pasta
Bloc 11, Diesel, Forge
Honeycomb Creamery
Spindler Confections

Harvest Fest is Somerville Local First’s major annual fundraiser. All event proceeds go towards SLF’s operating budget to build and strengthen the local movement and local business community in Somerville all year long.

Want to come for free? Sign up here to be a volunteer and help us make this gala awesome!

Harvest Fest is Somerville Local First’s major annual fundraiser and we’re looking for sponsors to help make the event a success. Find out how you can support this important local nonprofit while gaining visibility for your business.

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