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On Saturday, October 21 from 12pm to 8pm, Locavore Farm  will host its inaugural Autumn Art & Farm Experience - a curated event, connecting the creativity of handmade art and design with the development of agricultural ecosystems that inspire sustainable and self-sufficient food systems and lifestyles.


Partnering up with market manager, LouLou Belle Markets, Locavore Farm will host 50+ artisans and makers from throughout the Midwest. Vendors will set up shop among the gardens, forest and fields of Locavore Farm. Throughout the day and evening there will be live music and dining at Locavore’s signature 100’-foot table, set out steps from where ingredients for a farm-fresh menu grow. 


“We are excited to announce a new event collaboration with our friends, Dodi and Lisa, co-owners of Loulou Belle in Homewood (IL). For some time, we've discussed curating an experience here at the farm that would connect art and nature in a way that would inspire and engage, says Rachael Jones, co-owner of Locavore Farm.

Plan your Art & Farm Experience

Step 1

Purchase Your Admission Tickets

Admission is $10. Under Pre-purchase preferred. Space is limited and Locavore events sell out quickly. Food and drink sold separately. Workshop sign-up and fees not included - ticket holders will be contacted via email on September 28 with a menu of creative and educational activities to round out their market experience. Parking is free. 

Step 2

Select Your Workshops & Purchase Tickets
* Limited Space Available *

Workshops will be held in Locavore’s historic farmhouse and greenhouse and feature the farm’s expansive educational program and collaboration with leading experts in permaculture, mycology (the study of mushrooms), bread-making, food preservation, foraging and wild medicine and more. throughout the day will showcase the farm’s expansive educational program, a collaboration with many of the leading experts in permaculture design, backyard homesteading, sourdough & bread-making, food preservation, permaculture practices, foraging, wild medicine, mushrooms, gardening and more. 


“What makes this so unique is that we’ve fused an opportunity for unique shopping and dining with an educational experience that will inspire and equip patrons to be more self-reliant in growing, preparing, storing, and using food for health and wellness, " continues Jones. 

Step 3

See you on October 21st! 

The Farm will feature outdoor activities from pumpkin carving to jewelry making, a bonfire for marshmallow roasting and a fabulous selection of pumpkins, gourds, and mums for all your fall decorating ideas. Come for a unique farm experience that will inspire and revive the heart and mind. 


“October is a perfect time to find one-of-a-kind gifts and goods for the upcoming holiday season. Our collective of vendors are selected for their creativity and craftsmanship, as well as a commitment to quality and originality,” Dodi Wians of LB Market.   

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