Free lunch, tour Saturday at Great Kids Farm

May 13, 2011|By Liz F. Kay

Sign up to attend the Open House at the Great Kids Farm on Saturday afternoon and enjoy a free lunch prepared by celebrity chefs!

Great Kids Farm in Catonsville is a program of the Baltimore City school system.

Here's the description of the lunch from the site:

"Carver High School, Edmondson High School, Forest Park High School, and Mergenthaler Vocational High School will be teamed up with Spike Gjerde chef/owner of Woodberry Kitchen, Ned Atwater, owner of Atwater's Breads and Soups, and Casey Jenkins, chef of Darker Than Blue, Lisa Muscara Brice of Dirty Carrots and Jesse Sandlin of The Arthouse to produce delicious dishes featuring produce from the farm that will be served in various places throughout the farm."

The event celebrates two years of farming. Lunch starts at noon.

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