Events at The Hub:
Local Foods Weekend
Supper in Tupper with Farm Fresh Ingredients
Sunday Sept 11th 2022 4:30- 7:30
meet your farmers
Live acoustic folk music
discussion on local food in the local economy to follow meal
Serving: Pastured Pork, Grass-Fed Beef,
Herbed Potatoes, Homemade Spelt & Multigrain Bread
Garden Goodies: Marinara Sauce, Roast Veggies, Garden Salad, Kale Salad, Tomato & Cucumber Salad and Spinach, Beet & Feta Salad
Dessert: Apple Crisp, Pumpkin Custard, GF Carrot Cake, Waldorf Salad
$35 per adult ~ $6 per child under 12
We Source from Small Local Farms Growing Ethically, using Organic Principles!
A Big Thank You! To all our Local Farmers, Aggregators, Processors and Distributors
Grandma's Grassfed Acres - Harvest Hill Farm - Hub on the Hill - Jacob Hershberger - Joe Yoder - Luke Martin - Peter Martin - Maple Hill Creamery - Martin's Farmstand - Mosie Keim - North Country Creamery - Blue Pepper Farm - North Country Growers Cooperative - Regional Access - Tri Town Packing - Village Veggies - Whitten Family Farm
Cedar Hedge Farm - Black River Valley Naturals
Tupper Lake Farmers Market Friday afternoons 2 - 5 pm
Live acoustic Music on most weekends
Puppet Stories weekly
Casual Affordable Farmer Owned Farm to Table Salad Bar and Buffet 11am-7 pm Memorial Day to Thanksgiving
Friday Oct 12 - 6:30
Book & Poetry Reading
Set to Music - Epic Poem - "Lost History of Stolen Children"
Richard Hayes Phillips, Ph.D., will read and sing from his epic poem, "Lost History of Stolen Children," kidnapped from England, Scotland, Ireland and Massachusetts and sold into slavery in seventeenth century Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia.
The subject is dear to his heart, as he is descended from two generations of Scottish slaves.
He has researched the subject for fourteen years, on a journey that has taken him to Dublin, Edinburgh, Whitehaven, Bristol, Exeter, Boston, Annapolis, Richmond, and the Library of Congress.
He has published three historical reference books on white slave children, identifying more than five thousand by name, tracing their ancestry, and searching for survivors.
Being a songwriter in the Scots-Irish tradition, he has the skills to tell the story in the form of lyric poetry, as it might have been told in centuries past if the details had been known.
The poem is not yet complete, so questions and suggestions will be welcome.
320 Park Street
Tupper Lake, NY 12986
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