Saturday, May 18, 5-7pm
Foraging is a fun way to bring new flavors from the natural world into your home kitchen. Join chef Rob Handel for a guided foraging walk where he will point out some of the many wild edible plants common throughout our region, discussing how to identify them, how to harvest sustainably, and how to incorporate them into your favorite dishes. The walk will be followed by a tasting of several dishes prepared with foraged goods, and attendees will receive recipes to prepare these dishes at home. Rob has been foraging since he was a child, and in addition to being chef and forager at Heather Ridge Farm he’s also president of the Mid Hudson Mycological Association.
The class and tasting costs $35/person. Reservations are required, please call 518-239-6234 to reserve.
Second Sunday Session
Now in our third year! Hosted by fiddlers Hilary Schrauf and Bernie Neumann, the Second Sunday Session is a traditional Irish session in a cozy atmosphere of our classic farmhouse, or outside weather permitting. Each month they invite musician friends to join them. The cafe is open from 11am-3pm. Music starts around noon
Next one Sunday, June 9
Ongoing exhibit: “Tails from the Farm”
New photo show with large format canvas photo prints from Beth Schneck
Heather Ridge is certainly one of the most scenic farms in the region with sweeping views of the Catskills and a variety of healthy, happy animals. No one has captured the essence of this farm like photographer Beth Schneck. A show of Beth’s photos “Tails from the Farm” will open at the cafe Sat. Nov. 3. Opening reception from 2-5pm
Photographs and cards will be for sale. These large format prints will make stunning gifts.
Scroll through our calendar of events to see what we have planned for the upcoming months!