Spring Benefit Dinner and Rabbit Raising Workshop at Queens Farm

A benefit for Queens County Farm Museum:  Farmhouse This event, taking place just before the Vernal Equinox, will gather diners to celebrate the arrival of spring and the success of the coming season on the farm. Guests are invited to arrive early to tour the farm and attend a free field workshop on pasture-raising rabbits with farmer Julie Engel, and then settle into a cozy five-course supper amongst the many farmhouse fireplaces. Farmer Julie Engel will provide her pasture-raised rabbit, raised with a unique system unlike any other in the US. QCFM Farmer Michael Grady Robertson will provide pork, eggs, vegetables, and honey all produced on-site at the Queens County Farm Museum. Dinner will be served by the GradyWood supper club team and NY State wines will be poured throughout the evening.

Details

March 14, 2009 Workshop at 5:00 Dinner at 7:00 5 courses including wine $95 per person $85 for Slow Food members Tickets available here

 Farmhouse Kitchen

Transportation

MTA: There is an express bus, details here (PDF). By rail: LIRR and then take a cab to the farm. Take the Port Washington Line to Little Neck (weekend "City Ticket" is $6.50 round trip). Then you can use Ollie's Taxi Service: 718.229.5454, or 718.229.6868. The cab ride should be about $9 to the farm. The address of the farm is 7350 Little Neck Parkway. The farm is also easily accessible by car. Please find directions on the Queens Farm website.