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Double Brook FARM FEST October 6! Buy tickets here…

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

We have been planning a family-friendly event to celebrate local food, music and preserved land – and it's here! We hope you will save the date for the Double Brook Farm Fest on Oct 6.

TICKETS HERE. ($25 per person online, $35 at the door, Children under 12 are free – food, beverage and merchandise not included in ticket price).


There will be food from Brick Farm Tavern, Brick Farm Market, Red Barn Milk Co, Nomad Pizza and more.

Listen to live music throughout the day featuring, among others, Frog Holler, Hinton Bower Jones, Moonshine & Millet and The Goods.

And, for the ale lover in you, there will be a beer garden serving local craft offerings.

BYO chairs and blankets and join us for some fall fun at the D&R Greenway-preserved St. Michael's Farm Preserve in Hopewell, NJ.

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