Introducing Gibbet Hill Farm Field School

Introducing Gibbet Hill Farm Field School
This spring we are pleased to offer a series of half-day workshops on Gibbet Hill Farm. These interactive events will be led by our knowledgable team and include thoughtfully prepared fare from the farm.  Subjects for the “spring semester” will include cocktails, foraging, gardening, and fermenting. Space is limited for these workshops to ensure a small instructor-to-student ratio.  Scroll down to see the available workshops.  Links to purchase tickets are in each workshop description.

Learn techniques to make your garden more beautiful and productive! Gibbet Hill Farmer, Kayleigh, will lead a hands on planting demonstration and farm tour. Students will learn new skills and bring home seedlings to plant in their own gardens.
Chef Brendan Pelley will prepare a farm fresh picnic lunch for students to enjoy at the conclusion of the farm tour and hands-on demonstration.
Click HERE for tickets to the Gibbet Hill Farm Field School – Spring Gardening workshop.

Stroll throughout the Gibbet Hill farm property with local forager, David Craft, to learn about the various and interesting food at your feet. Later enjoy a picnic lunch which will include some of these delicious wild edibles, prepared by Gibbet Hill Grill’s Chef Brendan Pelley.
Click HERE for tickets to the Gibbet Hill Farm Field School – Foraging workshop.

Fermenting Farm Vegetables Learn how to make your own probiotic naturally fermented condiments. Harvest farm fresh veggies with Gibbet Hill farmer, Kayleigh and then work with Gibbet Hill Grill’s Executive Chef, Brendan, to learn how to prepare and ferment your harvest. Later Chef Brendan will prepare a farm fresh picnic lunch. Students bring home their own ferments to enjoy.
Click HERE for tickets to the Gibbet Hill Farm Field School – Fermenting workshop.

Learn to make a refreshing and tasty cocktail with fresh ingredients from Gibbet Hill Farm. Our farmer, Kayleigh, will take you on a tour around the farm and guide you in selecting and harvesting your favorite herbs and produce*. Later, beverage director, Dave, will teach you how to prepare your harvest to create a cocktail you’ll want to make all summer long! Price per person includes a thoughtfully prepared, farm fresh box of crudite, dips, and breads.
*Selection of herbs and produce will depend on what is available on the day of the class. Must be 21 or over to attend this class.
Click HERE for tickets to the Gibbet Hill Farm Field School – Cocktails workshop.

Hops & Crops Dinner 2016

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

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Celebrate autumn’s harvest and meet local growers as you taste what this quintessential New England season has to offer!

Join us on November 2nd for the 2nd Annual Hops & Crops farm-to-fork dinner with beer pairings provided by local craft brewer, Idle Hands Craft Ales.

An extended cocktail hour will feature passed and stationed hors d’eovures where guests can meet Gibbet Hill Grill Chef, Tom Fosnot, and learn about how he keeps up with abundance of produce growing on Gibbet Hill Farm. Our own Gibbet Hill Farm manager, Molly DellaRoman, will join other local growers to share their experiences of growing and producing food in New England.

After the cocktail hour, commune with other guests during a thoughtfully prepared family-style dinner.

To top off this special dinner event, Idle Hands Craft Ales will showcase their Massachusetts-brewed ales and lagers, carefully selecting each brew to match the cuisine. Meet a member of the Idle Hands crew as they explain the methods of creating their specialty small-batch craft beer.

Seating is limited, and we will seat in rounds of 8-10.  If you are dining with friends, please let us know (in the notes during check out), so we may seat your party together.  $85 per person, including tax and gratuity.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS! 

2015 Farm to Fork Dinners

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Please join us in celebrating the summer harvest by attending one of our 2015 Farm to Fork dinners.  Enjoy tours of the farm, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres on the deck, and a delicious four-course meal featuring ingredients selected from our own farm and farms throughout New England.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 
and
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
  • 6:00pm – Cocktails & Farm Tour
  • 7:00pm – Four-Course Dinner at the Barn at Gibbet Hill
Menu will be posted on our website when we are closer to the date and know what items will be ready for harvest.The cost of the dinner is $85 for a four-course dinner only; $110 for the four-course dinner with wine pairings.
Price does not include state and local tax
or 18% gratuity.

Space is limited and reservations fill quickly.
Please call to make reservations: 978-448-2900.

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