events & classes
We always have new classes and events. Please check back often for updates!
Field to table cooking class series
Lilly Steirer teaches cooking classes throughout the Denver Metro area for Slow Food Denver's after school program Cooking from the Garden. Prior to her work with Slow Food, she has been a personal chef, recipe developer and food activist. As a Master Community Gardener through Denver Urban Gardens, she has taught gardening classes and helps run school community gardens.
PARENT - CHILD FARM TO TABLE
june 9, 2019 3:00 - 5:00
Explore the possibilities of what it means to plan a meal around the garden, how to get started at home and then finish with a feast together. Learn the basics of gardening, while cooking alongside your child. Taught with her own 9-year old daughter, Chef Lilly will teach you how to taste your way through Bromley Farms together.
$65 per duo, $30 for an additional child or adult
FIELD TO farmhouse
July 26, 2019 5:30 - 7:30
Bromley Farms and other Colorado based ingredients will guide the menu as we create a dinner straight from the earth. Bringing together a multiple course meal will be a playful experience of letting the garden be our guide.
Creative Connections is an opportunity for children to explore the building blocks of music through making instruments, creating rhythms, developing lyrics and dancing to their own beats! This process will build healthy brain connections and bond children and caregivers. While engaging in this fun musical play, children will also be building literacy, math, science, sensory, motor, social, and emotional skills. Led by Mollie Hiebert, a Board-Certified Music Therapist, who has extensive experience leading early childhood music groups as well as using music to help children grow and learn. Come explore music and learning in a glorious farm setting!
Session One (4 Weeks): June 17 - July 8 & Session Two (4 Weeks): July 15 - August 5
Mondays, 9am – 10am, 3-5 year olds
Mondays, 10:15 am – 11:15am, 6-9 year old
FARM TO TABLE DINNERS
This summer we will host two farm to table dinners with local restaurants using our produce from the farm to create beautiful and exciting food. Check back for details and tickets.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book a field trip. Your kids will have a magical time at the farm learning, meandering through the corn maze and searching for animal tracks along the way, grinding corn, creating a seed bottle (similar to the layered colored sand), playing in the corn box, fiber art rope making, and more activities. And the most exciting is an obstacle course!