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The deadline for Early Bird Tickets for the Annual Harvest Dinner is fast approaching! You don't want to miss out.

The Nature Kids program enrollment deadline is also this week!

And the Vintage Cycles are coming to Hilltop on July 22. 
  The Annual Harvest Dinner & Silent Auction is on       Saturday, September 2  

The deadline for the Early Bird Tickets is Saturday, July 15.  The tickets are $600 for a table of 10 until July 15. After July 15 the cost is $750 for a table.

During the dinner Hilltop Farm becomes transformed under the tent. The chefs of 
  Chez        Agawam's Chez Josef will create a gourmet meal. Carving Stations of 
Josef   
beef sourced from a local farm. The buffet dinner will offer a variety of options. Many of the vegetables and fruits from our local "Partner Farmers" are from Suffield, Enfield, Agawam, Granville and the area.

This year we are welcoming the Broad Brook Brewery to  this annual Suf field  event.  FOFAH will be the first to welcome this new local business at the Harvest Dinner and Silent Auction on September 2.  In addition, Broad Brook Brewery will offer taste testings during the Silent Auction to all our guests.

At the Silent Auction Fundraiser unique crafts, original art, gift baskets, goods and services are available to the highest bidder. Dance under the stars to the live music of "Out Of The Boxx" band. 

This event is FOFAH's primary fundraising event. Space is limited. To purchase tickets, or questions, please call 860-758-0668 or at www.HilltopFarmSuffield.org by PayPal. Checks payable to FOFAH, Inc., PO Box 372, Suffield, CT 06078.

The Deadline for Summer Nature Programs                                        & Jewelry Making Class - July 14

There are a few openings in our  Summer Nature Programs  for children, ages 4-12. 
The Little  kids_learning.jpg Bugs programs are a two hour session introducing  nature to children ages 4-6 years. 

Older children will  experience nature, as Conservation Explorers, investigate into what grows and how pollinators assist in the process of growth.

The oldest group, the Hilltop Adventurers, examine the soils and waters at Hilltop.
Our Nature Programs promote an understanding and love of nature. Summer Nature Programs run from July 17-Aug 4. 

The Jewelry Making Classes are being offered for ages 11 and older. Classes meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 11-July 27, from 2:00 to 3:15 pm.  Come learn  comprehensive skills in designing and making 7 pieces or more of jewelry! 

The fee is $150 per person for all sessions, and includes all supplies. Adults are welcome, too. You must register for the entire 3 weeks. There are no refunds for missed classes. Limited spaces. 

For more detailed information and applications see  www.HilltopFarmSuffield.org/programs. 

Vintage Cycle Rally- July 22

V intage Motorcycles- Indians, new Indians, and other beautiful and interesting motorcycles will be coming to Hilltop Farm on July 22. Gates open at 11:00 am, and judging will begin at 1:00 pm. Plaques will be awarded.

Food, vendors, and the experience of being at the gentleman's farm of Indian Motorcycle co-founder George Hendee  will round out a day not to be missed. A donation of $10.00 per bike or per car is suggested.

For more information, and to view photos from earlier rallies, visit   www.HilltopFarmSuffield.org/rally.
Opportunities for rally sponsors and vendors are still available.

The site of the rally is part of the original 500-acre Hilltop Farm of George Hendee, co-founder of the Indian Motocycle Company in Springfield, Mass. 

The July 22 -23 weekend boasts a second exciting event for Indian Motorcycle fans. Indian Motorcycle Day at the Springfield Museums is Sunday, July 22. 

FOFAH is an all volunteer, non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable corporation dedicated to restoring Hilltop Farm into an educational and recreational resource for the community. All donations go to the improvement of the farm. Many thanks to our volunteers for their dedication and community support that has allowed FOFAH to advance the restoration of the Hilltop Farmstead.