Join the DeKalb Area Agricultural Heritage Association for an evening with innovators and local food and beverages from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at Bryan Flower’s Farm, 13459 Tower Road in Lee.
The evening will begin with locally sourced cocktails, beverages and appetizers. The outdoor sit-down dinner will include a traditional pig roast and vegetables grown by DeKalb County Community Gardens. Finally, dessert and coffee will be served near a bonfire. All the food on the menu is locally grown meat and produce from DeKalb County. Local innovators will be giving short presentations similar to a “TED Talk” with time to network and brainstorm with other guests.
Tickets cost $125 per person and are available by calling 815-756-8737 or stopping in at DAAHA, 111 S. Second St., Suite 204, in DeKalb. Seating is limited. Tickets also are available online at https://daaha.yapsody.com/event/index/136081/evening-with-innovators.
Proceeds benefit the DeKalb Area Agricultural Heritage Association, DeKalb County Community Gardens and Walnut Grove Vocational Farm.
DAAHA’s mission is to leverage the area’s agricultural heritage in order to cultivate future innovators in agriculture and related fields. In pursuit of this mission, DAAHA sponsors programs, events and projects throughout the year, including scholarship programs, the establishment of state historical markers, an Ag Career Day for area high school students, and the DeKalb County Barn Tour, among many others.