Bringing together local chefs and local farmers in support of a good cause

On Sunday October 6, residents and visitors to Halton will have the opportunity to discover the real taste of Halton at Harvest Halton, the Farm to Chef Experience at Country Heritage Park in Milton.

This inaugural culinary event brings together Halton’s prominent chefs, amazing local farmers and other local agri-tourism businesses to celebrate the harvest.foodl

Chefs have been paired with farmers and will create signature dishes using farm fresh ingredients, which can be sampled for a few “sample tokens”.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Halton Food for Thought.

The event, which runs from 1 until 5 p.m., will also showcase local beverage producers, artists, including glass blowers, and retailers. Local musicians will be on hand to add to the 2

Buy tickets for Harvest Halton online at or at the gate.

  • General Admission is $35 at the gate (buy your tickets in advance online and save $4), and includes five sampling tokens.  General Admission for children aged 7-11 is $12, and children 6 and under are free.
  • Additional sampling tokens can be purchased online in packages of 20 for $20, or in other denominations at the gate. Signature taste creations and beverages will be “sold” for between three and five sampling tokens per serving.

To learn more about Harvest Halton, visit Find Halton Tourism on Facebook , Pinterest  and Twitter (tweet #HarvestHalton). Harvest Halton will also serve as the official launch of Halton’s Pumpkin Trail.

I hope to see you there!

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