Friday, September 16: Is insect consumption a trend or a glimpse into the future? Our ancient ancestors surely ate insects but will our grandchildren do so? Learn how other cultures utilize insects as food resources and delicacies and sample some tasty morsels!
October 8: In addition to our highly successful Strawberry Festival, we will bring another festival to the community. The inaugural Route 108 Fall Festival will take place the second Saturday in October from 12 noon to 6pm and feature live bluegrass and jazz music on the main stage, craft beers and wines,…
August 27: So you’re taking a walk through the woods and you spot a mushroom. Is it edible? If it is, how to you cook it? Here’s a rare opportunity to have some of those questions answered during this special program presented by members of the Mycology Association of Washington (MAW).
August 26: Take a mate, or bring a date. Join us for beer from Gordon Biersch Brewing Company, Waredaca Brewing Company, wine, food trucks that include Linda’s Luncheonette and Hardy’s BBQ and live music by Red Beans and Reiff in the Courtyard at Sandy Spring Museum.