Unfortunately, COVID-19 concerns have led us to cancel this event planned for September 12. We hope to see you there in 2021!
The AGM that was scheduled for April 15, 2020, has been cancelled due to new regulations for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please click to read the Annual Progress Report from the Chair. We will advise when the AGM is rescheduled.
We’re organizing a great family and food event for the middle of the summer!
Sunday, August 4, 2019, 11 am to 4 pm in Centreville, Kings Co.
Fill your bags and baskets with fresh, seasonal farm products proudly displayed by regional growers showcasing an abundance of seasonal vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, dairy, honey and maple syrup products!
Vendors will also bring a vast assortment of food and drink products sourced from local ingredients like ciders, wine, ales, spirits, cheeses, pastas, baked goods and tasty lunch offerings or BBQ.
Live music, wagon rides, livestock petting zoo, balloon magic, BBQ, ice cream, hay lifting competition and prizes.
History museum, antique farm equipment and blacksmith studio!
Northville Farm Heritage Centre
1158 Steadman Road
Centreville, Kings Co.
Under 5 free
The Annual General Meeting is scheduled for April 6, 2017, at 7 PM in the Seniors’ Room at the Port Williams Community Centre.
The April Flavours Gala Dinner & Auction will take place on April 30th at 6 pm at the Louis Millet Community Complex in New Minas. The sit-down dinner is being arranged by the April Flavours Committee and Executive Chef Jake Wright and many local Chefs will be preparing delicious food for the guests.
The event is presented by Friends of Agriculture in Nova Scotia (FANS) as a fundraiser to support the educational activities of local agricultural organizations. FANS promotes farmers and food producers and chefs who are contributing to Healthy fields, farms and food for the people and communities of Nova Scotia now and in the future.
The evening will begin with a cocktail hour and viewing of more than $8,000 worth of fabulous new live and silent auction items including tours, accommodations, dinners, lawn mowers, home décor and many 75 additional items. Guests can use their complimentary drink ticket to sample local wine, beer and other beverages at the Lion’s Club bar while enjoying finger food appetizers created by local providers featuring local ingredients.
The dinner will start with our signature “April Flavours Salad” created by Sue Carroll of Paddy’s Pub. It is a blend of local seasonal greens, mushrooms, cheese, nuts and berries with a dressing featuring locally made oils, vinegars, and herbs. The main course will consist of Meadowbrook Honey Ham, a medley of local roasted root vegetables and other local foods. On each table will be a selection of fresh local tomatoes, cucumbers, preserves and local breads. The dessert buffet will feature more delicacies and Just Us! coffee and tea will be served.
During dessert people will want to check on their silent auction bids, and a live auction of many items will bring the evening to a close.
The full menu will be posted on the Shift to Delicious Facebook page and on FarmWorks April Flavours page.
Participating Restaurants and Food Producers to date are listed below – please check out their websites for more information about them.
Live and silent auction
You’ll be able to bid on over 75 items valued from $20 to $500:
- Tours and Travel and Toys for Adults and Kids
- Farm and Lawn and Garden Implements
- Chairs and Benches and Storage Units
- Entertainment Centres and Home Décor
- Fashion and Jewelry
- Dinners and Beverages
- Local Foods