According to the Arc of Livingston-Wyoming and the Wyoming County Business Education Council (BEC), the chefs use nothing but the most fresh produce and ingredients from local growers. The Arc provides support, information, and advocacy for families and individuals with developmental disabilities in Livingston and Wyoming Counties. The Business Education Council (BEC) focuses on better enabling the youth in becoming productive workers and lifelong learners.
“Harvest Fest is a way to celebrate our local growers, our great local chefs and restaurants, and create a social opportunity to get reconnected with members of the Wyoming County community in a farm-market, family atmosphere,” said BEC Executive Director Linda Leblond.
Harvest Fest: A Celebration of Food from Field to Table runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at the American Legion Hall in the Warsaw Village Park. Admission is $10 per person, or $25 for a family of four, and includes food tasting, local products, children’s activities, raffles, and more.
Harvest Fest is made possible by a generous contribution from M&T Bank. Additional support is provided by Farm Credit East, Genesee Valley Federal Credit Union, Tompkins Bank of Castile, Dr. Lyle Lehman, and Van Slyke’s Dairy Farm.
All of the event’s proceeds will benefit The Arc and the BEC.