U.S. Food Festival Section: Listed by STATE & MONTH
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March 3-4, 2018
Parke County Maple Syrup Fair
Parke County, Indiana
At winter’s end, Parke County’s Maple Syrup Producers begin tapping the maple trees that provide sugar water for making maple syrup. Join in on the two weekends of fun at the Parke County Maple Fair. Travel country roads with world famous covered bridges and tour maple syrup camps throughout the county. See how maple syrup is made down at the "sugar camp" and sample its wonderful flavor. Feb 24-25 and March 3-4, 2018.
March 5-7, 2018 Indiana Tourism Conference - Clarksville, Indiana
All aspects of the industry are here to learn, network, and have a good time with others who also work in this exciting business.
March 5-9, 2018 National School Breakfast Week - Nationwide
National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) was launched in 1989 to raise awareness of the availability of the School Breakfast Program (SBP) to all children.
March 15-17, 2018 IMPPA Convention - West Lafayette, Indiana
Indiana Meat Packers & Processors Association Annual Convention.
March 17-18, 2018 Sugar Camp Days
Bendix Woods County Park, New Carlisle, Indiana
Join us in celebration at Bendix Woods County Park as the end of winter nears! Watch sap cook into syrup, enjoy a pancake and sausage breakfast (a New Carlisle Lion’s Club fundraiser), tour the Sugar Bush, purchase home-made baked goods or maple syrup, enjoy family music and much more!
March 20, 2018 'AgDay' National Agriculture Day - Nationwide
A day to recognize & celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.
March 24, 2018 10th Annual D-Vine Wine & Beer Fest
Fantastic wineries, amazing breweries, and spectacular distilleries from around the state of Indiana will be offering samples and product for sale at this annual event. Snacks will be available to purchase. This is a 21 and over event. Join us for another unforgettable day of tasting and fun with your friends.
March 24-25, 2018 - 5th Annual Food Waste & Hunger Summit
Each spring, we host a Food Waste & Hunger Summit that brings together leading national nonprofit organizations and engaged students who are working to fight food waste and hunger, for a packed weekend of learning about advocacy, service and leadership. Students and staff from universities across the country share best practices, ideas and resources to expand their impact in the fight against food insecurity. We expect 250 emerging leaders representing the next generation of hunger relief.
March 11-12, 2017 - Spring Farm Fest - Evansville, Indiana
Demonstrations, presentations, and hands-on activities relating to Indiana farming throughout the centuries. While most farm festivities center on fall’s bountiful harvest, Spring Farm Fest honors both the dawn of the season and this Indiana legacy. As home to some of the state’s first corn growers, Angel Mounds is the ideal place to learn about Indiana’s earliest farmers and the heritage that shaped this great state.
March 5-6, 2016 National Maple Syrup Festival
Brown County, Indiana
The National Maple Syrup Festival will celebrate its second year in Brown County, and will feature tree tapping, sap boiling, incredible foods and unique drinks using maple syrup as an ingredient. In 2016, the focus will move to Brown County State Park. While the Festival continues in venues around Brown County, the 2016 event will appeal more to outdoor lovers, those looking for relief from cabin fever and families looking for fun.
March 8, 2013 Maple Syrup by Moonlight
Bendix Woods Park, New Carlisle, Indiana
Take a guided twilight stroll through the sugar bush, learn how to tap a tree by lantern light and observe maple syrup being made (weather permitting). Then, enjoy a hot beverage and dessert made with pure maple syrup while warming in the shelter. Registration and payment are required by March 4.
UNITED STATES FOOD FESTIVALS LISTED BY STATE
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