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Join us Sunday July 31st from 11am to 1pm for a new and exciting event at the Fair & Rodeo

Farm to Table Brunch!
Enjoy a chef-crafted brunch, sourced from the fields of Colorado farmers, featuring seasonal and local ingredients. Held rain or shine on the fields near the fairgrounds, please dress accordingly and bring your sense of outdoor culinary adventure. Meet local farmers, listen to live bluegrass music, and hear local experts speak about our Colorado agriculture and the future of farming.
There will be a limited number of seats available, so get your tickets early!

General Admission ticket ages 11 years & older $70.00
Children ages 2 to 10 - $35.00
Children under 2 are free but must have their own ticket to enter

Experience Includes:
  • Live bluegrass music by Orchard Creek Band
  • Brunch buffet of locally and organically sourced ingredients, all within Colorado
  • 2 alcoholic beverages for each guest over 21, additional drinks can be purchased
  • Meet the Chef, local farmers and suppliers, and visit agricultural education stations
  • Opportunity to purchase items served at the brunch
  • Wagon rides to the Fair
NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES - RAIN OR SHINE
Tickets sold ONLINE ONLY.
Please dress accordingly for outdoor weather and grassy areas.
All attendees must have a ticket including children 2 years and under (admitted for free).
Booster/high chairs are not available or allowed.
Event will be held on the Southeast grass area in a tent next to Event Center - follow signs.
All guests will be wrist banded on entry.
No outside alcohol allowed.

Meet your Chef - Whistling Boar


Whistling Boar - David and Debbie Pitula are the owners of Whistling Boar- a from scratch caterer/private chef company and artisan bread bakery. Their mission is to create soulful food experiences using sustainable practices. Their brand is locally driven and sources most of their ingredients within 20 miles of their kitchen. They bake and deliver artisan breads, celebrate Colorado farms and ranchers through community farm dinners, and help customers celebrate special occasions with private event service. They also donate 1% of every sale to Zero Foodprint, which gives grants to support more local farms here in Colorado to make the changes needed to create a more sustainable future with land stewardship.


Meet the Band - Orchard Creek Band


Orchard Creek Band - We are a group of committed Colorado musicians - Dave Richardson (banjo), Keith Murdock (Dobro), Jan Springer (guitar) Kevin Slick (mandolin) and Roz Weller (bass). Our confluence came quite naturally. Even though our musical backgrounds are wide and varied, the combination of styles has become a vibrant and diverse bluegrass blend of traditional forms, contemporary and original concepts, gospel touches and a lot of fun. It's fresh picked bluegrass that is sure to please!

Learn from these participating vendors-


We are so excited to have Prairie Hill Flower Co supply the flowers for our event and as an added bonus they will be on site to answer your questions about all things gardening in Colorado. Flowers are a wonderful way to bring color and life to your home and lawn. Spring and summer are the prime time for flowers to grow and blossom. Stop by their vendor booth and have the opportunity to purchase your own bouquet their amazing fresh cut flowers.

Prairie Hill Flower Co is an exclusive European Inspired Seasonal Florist and Flower Farm located in Parker, Colorado. They are the only local florist that grows their own flowers for their arrangements, offering high quality, affordable, everyday flowers!
Ever wanted the opportunity to meet the people who grow our food and produce while supporting your local economy and community? Come meet your local farmer Cale Sprister of Sandy's Way Microfarm. He will be onsite selling his delicious vegetables cut fresh from his family's farm.

Sandy's Way Farm is a family owned and operated farm located “just over the hill” in Sedalia. Their farm sustainably produces numerous varieties of organic vegetables and herbs. They believe in nurturing our soil and the environment in order to produce nutrient dense, delicious food for our community. Their unique featured products are lettuce and salad mixes, rainbow carrots, heritage tomatoes, purple scallions, and hard to find types of peppers.

Farming in a container? Come meet FarmBox Foods who's slogan is “Farm Anywhere.” These two words encapsulate what the tech-driven farms allow users to do, and the new tagline, “Innovating to Feed the World,” captures the spirit of FarmBox Foods’ goal of continued improvement in creating the tools that provide communities with a reliable source of nutrient-dense foods, regardless of the time of year or their location.

FarmBox Foods, a Colorado-based manufacturer of high-tech container farms, has spent the last four years developing proof of concept in multiple industries by helping people grow gourmet mushrooms, leafy greens, culinary herbs, peppers, small tomatoes and trees. The mission-driven company is focused on helping partners feed those living in food deserts while empowering local communities and providing jobs and educational opportunities.



CALF's Beekeeping volunteers are delighted to offer the opportunity for you to learn from them by investigating bee hives. Stop by their booth and learn what is inside your bee hive! CALF has a vibrant beekeeping community and leaders that are committed to helping others learn about beekeeping!

CALF's Mission: CALF connects all people to agriculture through authentic educational programs, community projects, and leadership opportunities. We aim to inspire lives, nurture leaders, and build lasting relationships.
Colorado Farm Bureau is the voice of Colorado agriculture. CFB brings farmers, ranchers and consumers together to support and promote the agriculture and food industry. Its members shared values help to create and support the Colorado Way of Life.

Stop by their booth and speak to their members and learn more about Colorado agriculture.

The Farm Bureau Family is made up of farmers, ranchers, veterinarians, teachers, retailers, grocers, gardeners, doctors, tradesmen, civil servants, scientists, and more. Our members represent all of agriculture, not just a single crop or commodity. And they represent all of Colorado. There is a Farm Bureau member in every county in the state.

Though growing your own vegetables can seem overwhelming to some, it’s actually much simpler than it sounds. Even if you don’t have a yard, consider starting a patio garden or even an indoor herb garden on a windowsill. You’ll be amazed at how many tomatoes or peppers you can grow out of one pot!

Have questions about growing your own vegetable garden? Come ask an expert...CSU Master Gardeners will be onsite to answer your gardening and pest management questions to help you make informed decisions.

Colorado Master Gardeners work to enhance Coloradans’ quality of life by extending knowledge-based education to local communities, helping individuals make informed decisions about plants and fostering successful gardeners while protecting neighborhood environments.



MetaCarbon Organic Farm’s mission is to integrate regenerative farming practices within the Front Range community by providing organically grown produce, education, events and farm work opportunities. They operate a farm stand, have farm dinner and events and offer tours.


Highland Honey is the purveyor of the finest creamed honey from the mountains of Boulder, Colorado. Stop by meet owner, operator and beekeeper Tim Brod. Come learn why not all honey is equal.




The Original Castle Rock Farmers Market has been in Castle Rock for over 30 years and is FOOD FOCUSED! We have approximately 30 vendors featuring local and regional Colorado-grown produce, specialty food items, and much more! You can find most of your needs (produce, beef, pork, jam, breads, pastries, tamales, coffee, cupcakes, pasta, olive oils, flour and baking mixes, jarred goods, and more) at the Castle Rock Farmers Market. Every Saturday, June 18- 1st weekend in October from 8am-12pm at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, Castle Rock.

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