Burgers & Brews for the Bay
Sunday, October 21, Noon – 4:00pm
Clagett Farm, 11904 Old Marlboro Pike, Upper Marlboro, MD

Join Slow Food DC at the the Chesapeake Bay Foundation at Clagett Farm for the annual “Burgers & Brews for the Bay” fundraiser! Your ticket provides access to seven different food stations highlighting local vegetables and pasture-raised meats and dairy, along with regional craft beer. 
This is a family-friendly event with live blue grass music, hay rides, fish printing, fun educational stations, and opportunities to view grazing cows and sheep and an old “working” barns on a picturesque sustainable farm.

Proceeds from ticket sales support the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s efforts to defend and protect the Bay, including award-winning educational programs, on-the-ground restoration activities throughout the watershed, and advocacy initiatives at both the federal and state level. Get your tickets today to help support the Bay! 

Rocklands Farm Lunch + Book Discussion
Saturday, November 3, 10:30am – 2:00pm
Rocklands Farm, 14525 Montevideo Road, Poolesville, MD

A three-course seasonal lunch on the farm, accompanied by wine and a great discussion – is there a better way to spend a late fall Saturday?

Join Slow Food DC at Snail of Approval winner Rocklands Farm, in the private Little Red House, for a special lunch prepared by Chef Michael Carignan of Pizza Brama, and a presentation of Bread & Beauty: A Year in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve by writer Claudia Kousoulas and producer Ellen Letourneau. 

Tickets are $40 and include all programming, lunch, and two glasses of wine or non-alcoholic beverages. Additional beverages will be available for purchase. Seating is limited, so don’t hesitate to secure your spots! More details about the book, our partners, and the program can be found here

2 thoughts on “Events

  1. Kathy Sykes

    I believe there is a mistake for the event at the Bowen Farmstead. Is if Saturday of Sunday? The 23rd is a Sunday? My husband and I just joined the DC chapter and were thinking about coming. Thank you, Kathy Sykes

  2. Nina Craig

    Bring #the Siouxchef to DC. How to cook with indigenous foods from the woods, the bay, the meadows. No butter, salt pepper.


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