Taste of Montgomery Event

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Taste of Montgomery flyer.

Montgomery County has a robust agricultural market that has contributed to its ranking of 28th in the state for agricultural products sold. With an estimated 33,521 acres of farmland, just over 10% of all acres in Montgomery County are dedicated to agriculture. We hope to celebrate this accomplishment with a farm-to-table event featuring direct-to-consumer agricultural producers.

This event, being held Saturday November 12th at 5 p.m., will feature an estimated 13 farms and 2 local beverage companies. The meal will be prepared by local cook Virgil Higgins and served at the Denson’s Creek Event Center located at 1235 NC-134, Troy, NC 27371. Our farmers will be featured during the meal and discussion will be held regarding specifically what commodities were chosen and why they were chosen.

In addition to the feature of farms, we will have a raffle to win prizes from local businesses throughout the county. With each ticket purchased, you will automatically receive 2 tickets for the raffle but more can be purchased at the event.

Tickets are priced at $50 per ticket. This generous price was made possible thanks to our event sponsors. Tickets can be purchased by cash or check made out to “Montgomery County Program Funds” at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Montgomery County Center at 203 W Main St., Troy, NC 27371. Payment is expected no later than November 9th but pre-registration is available via a Google Form to help reserve your spot.

Please contact Kaitlyn Lamaster with any questions or concerns at 910-576-6011 or kmlamast@ncsu.edu