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2017 CONNECTICUT: MARCH 2017
Food & Wine Shows & Local Food Events

(see also: 2016  -  2015 )

Feb 17-March 2, 2017  Stamford Winter Restaurant Weeks - Stamford, Conn.
February 20-March 5, 2017  Taste of Hartford - Hartford, Connecticut
February 26-March 12, 2017  Greater Orange Restaurant Week - Connecticut
February 27-March 5, 2017  Fairfield Restaurant Week - Fairfield, Connecticut


 

March 6-10, 2017
National School Breakfast Week
Nationwide
Launched in 1989 to raise awareness of the availability of the School Breakfast Program (SBP) to all children.

March 6-12, 2017
Wilton Restaurant Week
Wilton, Connecticut
Restaurants located in and around Wilton are serving up special prix fixe menus and other culinary selections. It’s a great opportunity to experience some new restaurants, as well as re-visit favorites. Celebrate their fabulous dining scene, which includes a variety of cuisine from Southwestern, Italian and Asian to French, Mexican and American!

March 18-19, 2017 - 27th Hebron Maple Festival - Hebron, Connecticut
Each year thousands of people come from miles around to enjoy the weekend of maple related events. Self-tours, demonstrations and a variety of maple products at several local sugar houses. Dog sled exhibition, chain saw carvers, crafts, vendors and lots of good food!  Annually the 2nd weekend in March.

March 21, 2017 - 'AgDay' National Agriculture Day - Nationwide
A day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture

March 23, 2017  Meet the Farmers - East Haddam, Connectucut
We are planning on a pop-up farmers market and demo of a new product line we are offering for home and business delivery.

March 24-April 2, 2017  Greater Norwich Area Restaurant Week
Greater Norwich Area, Connecticut
Restaurants throughout the Greater Norwich area will be participating in the inaugural restaurant weeks taking place this Spring on March 24-April 2 and this Fall on November 10- 19, 2017.

March 28, 2017  Flavors of Connecticut - Southington, Connecticut
Flavors is a culinary experience that goes beyond the traditional gala and provides each table of attendees with a local chef who will prepare a multi-course dinner tableside. The meal that is delivered will showcase the signature dishes of our culinary experts and take you beyond the usual restaurant fare. Unleash your inner "foodie" and experience a distinct evening of dining while helping to fund the research, education and advocacy efforts of the American Liver Foundation.
 

 

2016 CONNECTICUT: MARCH 2016
Food & Wine Festivals & Local Food Events

events still waiting for new dates

 

March 28-April 2, 2016 - Branford Restaurant Week
Branford, Connecticut
The annual event will feature more 20 Branford restaurants serving special menus or multi-course prix fixe menus at for lunch and dinner.
 

 

2015 CONNECTICUT: MARCH 2015
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events

events still waiting for new dates

March 27-28, 2015 - Feeding the Future - New London, Connecticut
Connecticut College is hosting a one and a half day conference on Feeding the Future. The conference will begin with a sustainable banquet on Friday evening, March 27, followed by a keynote lecture by Dan Barber, chef for Blue Hill and author of the forthcoming The Third Plate. On Saturday, the conference will run 8:30 to 4:30pm, with three sessions – the first focusing on the present food system, second on learning from the past – possible lessons for fixing our broken food system, and the third is looking toward the future – cutting edge work that is being done towards a more sustainable food system & greater food security.

 

 

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