Festival Event Info

{Exclusively For Gastronomes, Food Bloggers & Garden Bloggers and Tomato Enthusiasts}

Who: Hosted by The International Wine & Food Festival

What: The Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival

When: Friday, September 24, 2010 from 6-8 p.m.

Where: Woodrow Wilson Plaza at the International Trade Center and Ronald Reagan Building :: 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Why: The Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival is an annual reception celebrating the spectacular regional produce of the Mid-Atlantic by pairing top area farmers with leading area chefs with enthusiastic home gardeners and cooks with tomato tastings and wine pairings. Each year the event will showcase a “red” fruit and 2010 kicks off with the TOMATO.

Of Note: We are pleased to announce The Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival is the home of SEEDS TO SCHOOLS, a landmark public drive that collects and redistributes seeds to schools and community gardens in our region that have a demonstrated commitment to engaging children with life science and nutrition. SEEDS TO SCHOOLS supports the teachers and public volunteers who share the wonder of planting, nurturing, harvesting and preparing one’s own food

We have also partnered with Common Good City Farm, an urban farm and education center growing food for low-income residents in Washington, DC and providing educational opportunities for all people helping to increase food security, improve health, and contribute to environmental sustainability.

Cost: $35

{ The Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival is proudly presented by }

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  2. […] The first annual Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival wants your best tomato recipe (you can say to-mah-to, but it’s still a fruit). If selected, it will be featured at the food and wine fest, happening Friday, September 24, from 5–8 PM at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center (1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW). The event doubles as the kickoff for the “Seeds for School” program, which will deliver seed packets for local school gardens. For more info on the fest, click here. […]

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