Scott's Country Market
26216 C.R. 448A
Mount Dora, FL 32757
10:00 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013
Festivals, Kids | Family
On Saturday, February 16th, hundreds of members of the community will help celebrate Long & Scott Farms' 50th anniversary in business. In 1963, Frank moved his young family to Mt. Dora and started farming on 100 acres of sand in Zellwood, Florida. The farm has grown to 1,200 acres, adding a popular Country Café, Produce Market & Club and Corn Maze.
The celebration will be free to the public and will include cooking demonstrations with local produce, educational booths and talks, hay rides, kids crafts, face painting and more.
Schedule of Events:
10:00: Welcome by Chad Crawford, the Host from How To Do Florida
10:30: Richard Tyson, Orange County Extension Director – “Benefits of Local Food”
11:00: Chef Frank Brough, The Wave . . . of American Favors, Disney’s Contemporary Resort –Cooking Demo
11:45: Heather McPherson and Katie Farmand co-authors (along with Pam Brandon) of the cookbook Field to Feast: Recipes Celebrating Florida Farmers, Chefs, and Artisans
12:00: Julie England, Extension Agent – Food Preservation
1:00: Dave Krepcho, Second Harvest Food Bank and an ongoing Cooking Demo by their Community Kitchen Food Bank - Dawn M. Viola - Executive Chef, Community Kitchen Director, Israel Santiago - Chef Instructor and Matthew Condron - Sous Chef
1:30: Barbara Sayles, Society of St. Andrews
2:00: Brook Moffis, Residential Horticulture Extension Agent II – “Home vegetable gardening”
2:30: Gary England, Extension Agent – “Alternative Fruit Crops for the Central Florida Landscape”
3:00: Valerie Hart, the author of the cookbook The Bounty of Central Florida – Cooking Demo
Directions: Scott's Country Market is located at 26216 C.R. 448A, Mt. Dora, FL. The spot is approximately 30 minutes north of Orlando, 25 miles from I-4 and 25 miles east of I-75.
FREE admission and parking. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the food drive.
For more information, visit www.longandscottfarms.com.