COMMUNITY BARN RAISER
WHEN: Friday September 28th
TIME: 6:00PM appetizers / drinks 6:45PM dinner
WHERE: Coveyou Scenic Farm Market Deck
MUSIC: Bill Wilson playing acoustic guitar and featuring songs from his album Crooked Tree
COST: $100 minimum donation per person
Tomato bruschetta skewers, mozzarella, basil, crouton, balsamic
Devilled Bluestem Farm Eggs with Plath’s Bacon and Pickled Mustard Seed
Bite Sized Roasted Potato “Loaded Baked Potato”
Coveyou Scenic Farm’s Crudité with Charred Eggplant Dip and Whipped Feta
Roasted farmhouse vegetable bisque, basil pesto, olive oil
Lamb Fesenjan, Arugula Gremolata, Pomegranate-Walnut Sauce
Roasted Cauliflower, Kale, Curried Chickpeas, Olives
Slow roasted chicken, honey glazed fall squash, vegetables jardiniere, apple cider – mustard sauce
Roasted Beet, Bell Pepper and Goat Cheese Terrine, Radish, Farm Greens, Fustini’s Oil & Vinegar
Pork Chili Verde Rellenos with Dave’s Tomatillos and Poblanos
Blackberry Linzer Cookies
Red Velvet Beet Cake, Blackbird Bees Raw Honey-Cream Cheese Frosting
Fresh ground Big Medicine Ranch Coffees from around the world
OUR VINTAGE BARN
Over the years we have compiled a list of projects to complete on the farm. Building a deck off of the Farm Market was one of them. It has been wonderful to hear so many people appreciate the outstanding views and the relaxing atmosphere. We are excited to share our first Farm to Table dinner with great supporters of our farm!
Other projects have been put on hold as we continuously reinvest dollars into our organic farming operation and market. One of those projects is David’s dream to enhance the Farm Market experience by telling more of the rich history of the farm and its role in the community over the generations. Creating a museum-like component to the market that can teach and enhance our visitor’s experience. Our farm was homesteaded in 1874, a year after the first trains rolled into Petoskey. Every generation of our family had great stories of their impact on the local community. Telling these stories through pictures, artifacts that we still have on the farm or video of old movies bring to life years gone by. Stories about the Homesteading of the farm, stories about the band sawmill of the 1870’s and displaying the 32′ blade we still have, or the amazing and innovative stories of Elias and the Honey business he built including the 1921 patented honey processing gear. Or the era of growing potatoes in the region…and on our farm…and so much more. It is our hope that people will grow to have a clearer understanding of the history of our community in a time when growth is fast and furious in this area. Petoskey and Walloon Lake are treasures in today’s world, we want to highlight the best of our heritage as we grow into the future.
We are excited about our farm and the future of creating positive impacts on the community for years to come!
Thank you for your continual support!
David and Kathy Coveyou
PAY FOR DINNER DONATION BELOW
CLICK ON THE RED BUTTON BELOW TO PAY YOUR FARM TO TABLE DINNER DONATION.
$100 minimum donation to receive a dinner ticket. During the donation payment process you will be able to add additional donations.
If you have any questions, please call the farm at 231.347.0011.
CAN'T JOIN US THAT EVENING?
You can still support the farm by making a donation to our farm.