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    This Autumn, Louisville residents can take part in a variety of food and cooking classes from Foxhollow Farm.  Foxhollow Farm is dedicated to sustainable and Biodynamic farming offering educational opportunities, public art and farm fresh vegetables and meat to the community.  Their website is a great resource as well, offering recipes and information on biodynamic farming.

    Classes include:

    September 5 - The Art of Pickling
    September 12 - Canning Applesauce
    September 26 - Fall Tarts with Claudia from Cake Flour
    October 3 - Canning Applesauce
    October 20 - Fall Gelato from Gelato Gilberto

    Classes range from $35-75 with all materials included. Foxhollow Farm also offers arts and craft classes and gardening classes such as Building Your Own Compost Bin, Felting, and Veil Painting.

    To sign up for a class contact Jenn Smith 502-241-9674.

    Foxhollow Farm is located at 8905 Highway 329 in Crestwood, KY.  Their farm store is now open for lunch Tuesday-Saturday and Louisville residents may enjoy delicious farm fresh meals while shopping for grass-fed beef, eggs, cheeses, jams, chicken, pork, and lamb as well as soaps and other artisan made products.

    Photos courtesy of Foxhollow Farm

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    About Mary Margaret Sparks

    I grew up overseas in Asia and at 18 moved to Kentucky to attend Georgetown College. I received a degree in Visual Art and English Literature. I am a sculptor and textile artist focusing on advocacy work. I also have my own company called Fly Away Fox where I create unique accessories with vintage fabric such as pillows, hair accessories, children clothes and aprons. I also work at Block Party Handmade Boutique as the public relations and social media manager. I currently write for the Arts-Louisville website as a visual art reviewer and now for I try to showcase Louisville's unique food culture through new restaurant reviews, small locally owned businesses and the international community.

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