Food Chain (stop #15) is located at Witwen Park, a historic church revival campground on the bank of Honey Creek. Anchored by Roadside Culture Stands (artist-built mobile farm stands), Food Chain vendors offer fresh and fermented edibles for now and later. You’ll find local delicacies that support area farmers and producers. This year’s vendors include:
Ready-to-eat Tacos & Tamales from the Hispanic Knights of Columbus.
Monday – Friday 11am – 3pm
Saturday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
Pop-up Classes Saturday, Oct 3, 11:15 am Join John Hamm from Wisconsin River Meats for a discussion about the art and history of fermented sausage and sample some of his award winning sausage!
Sunday, Oct 4, 1 pm Join Faith Anacker of Fizzeology Foods for Lacto-fermentation 101. Faith will discuss some of the history & health benefits of ferments and demonstrate an overview of lacto fermentation including how to make brined vegetables and krauts while exploring some possible combinations to maximize nutritional benefit.
Pop Up Art Shop
Featuring works by regional artists whose planned gigs shut down due to Covid. Be sure to bring a mask and come buy unique works by
Saturday, October 3rd
11:30 - 1 p.m. Liam O'Brien & Julia Blair (from Holy Sheboygans)
1:30 - 3 p.m. Poetry readings by Angela Trudell Vasquez, Unique Russ, Radaya Ellis, and Deolinda Abstract
Sunday, October 4
11:30 - 1 p.m. Shotgun Mary
4 - 5:30 p.m. Felix B. Sainz, Jr. & The Earthtones