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Feast On The Farm: A Taste of Peterborough & the Kawarthas

May 28 at 11:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT

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Culinary Tourism Alliance

Lang Pioneer Village Museum

104 Lang Road
Keene, K0L1C0

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Welcome to Peterborough & the Kawarthas, where rural hospitality meets urban ingenuity

Join us at Lang Pioneer Village to meet the people creating change in Ontario’s food and drink space. Indulge in creations by some of the best chefs in Ontario serving up incredible food inspired by the innovation, hard work, and creativity of local farmers. This intimate ticketed events allow foodies from across Ontario the opportunity to indulge in culinary creations by some of the best chefs in the province.


Featured Chefs include: Chef Brad Watt, Chef Tyler Scott, and Chef Lisa Dixon

Every ticket includes: $125 + (Tax/fees)

A selection of dishes curated by participating chefs
A variety of beverages, including craft beer and VQA wine
A behind-the-scenes experience at Lang Pioneer Village
A $25 Feast On® Gift Voucher that can be redeemed at participating Feast On® restaurants

SUNDAY, MAY 28 2023 | 11AM – 3PM


About Feast on the Farm:

Feast On® the Farm is a unique event series that brings together chefs, purveyors, and food lovers!
As a guest, you’ll indulge in creations by some of the best chefs in Ontario.
Every ticket includes a selection of dishes curated by participating chefs, a variety of beverages from local purveyors, a behind-the-scenes experience, and a $25 Feast On® Gift Voucher that can be redeemed at participating Feast On® restaurants.
You’ll leave with a full belly and a happy heart, guaranteed!


About the Culinary Tourism Alliance: 

The Culinary Tourism Alliance works with communities to grow food tourism by leveraging the history, heritage, and culture behind the food and drink that makes each destination unique. By bridging the gap between the food and travel industries, we are strengthening viticulture, agriculture and aquaculture to promote the growth of culinary tourism. Our work lies in developing strong relationships between growers, chefs, processors, restaurateurs, accommodation providers, distributors, government and industry organizations. But above all, we act as the leading voice to share Ontario’s culinary stories with passion and pride.

Learn more about the work they do, here: