Salvation Farms Aid
The Double E: T Rex Theater
21 Essex Way
Essex, VT 05425
This benefit event, presented by Front Porch Forum, is all about promoting and celebrating local, with the specific aim being to support Salvation Farms, a nonprofit organization in Morrisville, VT. The mission of Salvation Farms is to build increased resilience in Vermont's food system and create a more sustainable future where communities are increasingly fed by local farms.
This all-ages event celebrates not only the wealth of incredible goods and services (and talent) in our local community, but also promotes a move towards a more sustainable future for us all. Really, it’s a win-win.
This being a benefit concert, we brought in a great roster of excellent musicians covering the music of other excellent musicians.
- Dale Cavanaugh covering John Prine
- The Art of DonnCherie covering Tina Turner
- Tessa Gordon covering Rhonda Vincent
- Blues for Breakfast covering The Rolling Stones
- John Fusco & Friends covering Gregg Allman & Friends
- Swale covering Black Sabbath
In addition to the entertainment, every ticket to the live event includes a SERVING OF SALVATION - food made entirely from fresh, locally grown surplus produce. There will also be a cash bar featuring beer from local breweries.
Our silent auction is filled with amazing local goodies and getaways, such as gift baskets from Butternut Farm, Ursa Major, and Piecemeal Pies, a family membership to the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, a gorgeous limited edition piece by photographer Jim Westphalen, handmade mugs by Mikayla Groseclose, and more!
Everything local. Everything exceptional. Get your tickets today for Salvation Farms Aid Benefit Concert October 16th and get ready to have fun doing good.
A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR INCREDIBLE SPONSORS:
- Front Porch Forum
- Cabot Creamery
- Farm Credit East
- Skinny Pancake
- Seven Days
- City Market
- Sterling College
- Gardener's Supply
- The Alchemist
- UVM Office of Engagement
- Farmhouse Tap & Grill
- The X-Press
- Rural Vermont
MORE INFO AT... www.salvationfarms.org