See What Crops Up at the CWRU Farm Harvest Festival

Sat 9/30 @ 1-6PM

While many equate Case Western Reserve University with advanced engineering, medical and technology breakthroughs, it’s not only about creating the next generation of Terminator robots to take our jobs. The more rustic part of Case comes out in the fifth annual CWRU Farm Harvest Festival.

Organized by the Student Sustainability Council and the Farm Administration, the celebration is open to students, faculty, staff and alums. It happens at Squire Valleevue Farm in Hunting Valley. Activities include hayrides, mushroom-growing demos, a tall grass maze, hikes, woodcarving, yoga, a petting zoo and cookery displays. A fall menu features vegetarian chili, apple cider, ice cream, and fresh salads.

Admission is free. The food itself is complimentary for all CWRU affiliates with a Case ID. The general public will be charged $5 for food and drinks. Attendees have the option of leaving from University Circle via bus at Thwing Center starting at 12:30pm.

case.edu/harvest/

[Written by Charles Cassady]

 

 

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