Oh how i'd love to go to this, if i had transportation down to Wellandport (although I suppose I could always ride my bike!)
From the website: I sure hope people can make it. My celebration of heirloom tomatoes, and all things heirloom, will be Sunday September 4, from 1-4 pm in the afternoon. By then I am hoping to have the garden weeded, and know for sure there will be lots of great tomatoes to try. Lots.
We'll have a garden tour, with the necessary sampling along the way, a tasting table set up so people can get a sense of the some of the incredible heirloom tomatoes available (tip of the iceberg, my friends) and some fabulous tomato treats to sample. Last year we had "tomato shooters", created by the incomparable Chef Mark Picone, tomato ice cream, tomato cake, tomato muffins and salsa of course. And perfectly paired wine.
This year I am delighted that Mark will join us again, and I have a few other special guests lined up, as well as a few select vendors. My tomatoes and other produce will be available for purchase, as well as my remaining 2010 seed stock (cheap!), "No Guff Gardening" books and more. All will be announced soon.
Cost is a minimum $10.00 donation to help me cover my costs. This includes food, wine, fun, music and new tomato friends. Any money that is raised in excess will be donated to Seed Savers Exchange, as it was last year.
You again will need to let me know if you plan on attending, and I can only accommodate a smaller crowd.
Please phone, (905)-386-7388, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know your intentions.
I can't tell you how much I look forward to seeing people come out. As last year...we go rain or shine!