People like you who are interested in strengthening the resilience of our region
Canning foods to last well beyond the harvest.
Throughout the Berkshires local restaurants, coops and kitchens will help guide you through the process of successful canning techniques. Workshops are being held throughout the Berkshires
Organized by: Berkshire Grown.
Keep checking this link for updates/ changes/ details.
Northern Berkshire only events below. Check link above for other locations throughout Berkshire County.
Sunday Sept. 11th, 1-3 pm
Preserving with Spirits plus Cocktail Condiments with Mezze Bistro and BeeSweet
Mezze Bistro + Bar, Williamstown, MA
Learn about spirit infusions and related cocktails and condiments. Each participant will leave with one 250ml bottle each of infused vodka and bourbon. Must be 21 and over to participate.
Led by Lauren Gotlieb, founder of BeeSweet
RSVP at email@example.com or call 413.458.0123
Saturday Sept. 17th, 9:30 - 11:30 am
Preserving the Bounty at Homestead Day
Sheep Hill (Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation), Williamstown, MA
Learn how to make and can apple pie filling and colorful freezer slaw. This workshop is part of Homestead Day at Sheep Hill, taking place from 9 am until 4 pm. Learn about keeping bees, making cheese, preserving the harvest and more sustainable practices you can do at home. Featuring a local foods lunch and speaker Carleen Madigan, author of The Backyard Homestead. Co-sponsored by Storey Publishing, Mezze Restaurant Group, the Zilkha Center at Williams College and Berkshire Grown.
Fee: $7 for Preserving the Bounty workshop; $15 for Homestead Day (includes workshop)
Led by Lee Venolia, board member of Berkshire Grown
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413.458.2494
Sunday Sept. 18th, 3 pm
Pickling Radishes Workshop and Dinner to Follow plus Instructional Cooking Class
Gala Steakhouse & Bistro @ the Orchards Hotel, Williamstown, MA
Led by Chris Bonnivier, executive chef at Gala Steakhouse & Bistro
RSVP to email@example.com or 413.458.9611 x506