You are cordially invited to join Shamus Restaurant and McCollum Orchards for our Farm to Table Dinner on the lovely, historic McCollum Orchards farm.
We have a magical evening planned including a five course meal prepared by Shamus’ own Chef Dave Stoll. Each farm fresh course will be expertly paired with a wine or craft beer, celebrating the natural abundance of Lockport and the surrounding Niagara region.
Cocktails will be served prior to dinner accompanied by a tour of the farm hosted by Farmer Rich. Farmer Rich will make history come alive as he describes the efforts of the 6th generation bringing the farm back to life.
Dinner will be served on the farm lawn beneath twinkling, lighted tents with a backdrop panoramic view of the working farm fields.
September 23rd, 2018 ~ 4 to 9pm
4pm~ Cocktails and Farm Tour
5pm~ Five Course Dinner and Wine/Beer Pairing
Details and tickets can be found on Eventbrite.
Just in time for Mother’s Day…we at McCollum Orchards are hosting our first-ever workshop!
Join us for a creative workshop to plant your own salad bowl garden — a planter brimming with a variety of heritage baby lettuces…all while enjoying the view from our historic, brightly colored sunroom and patio.
This bowl makes a unique gift for Mother’s Day–or for yourself!
Lettuce planters are fast-growing and easy to keep growing, so you can harvest fresh greens all season.
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Location: McCollum Orchards
248 N. Adam Street, Lockport, NY
We will supply everything you need: Bowls, Organic soil, Organic lettuce plants, sign stakes and more.
Cost is $35. Space for up to 12 participants.
Purchase tickets above and at the following URL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/salad-bowl-garden-workshop-tickets-45113931985
For the first time ever, Game of Logging will be offered in Western New York!
Game of Logging is the premier chainsaw safety training course. Two class options of Game of Logging Level 1 will be held at McCollum Orchards in Lockport, NY on:
Friday, March 16th
Saturday, March 17th
See below for more information about the course and how to sign-up. You must bring your own chainsaw, safety equipment and lunch. This course is brought to you by the New York Center for Agriculture Medicine and Health
About the class: The Level 1 class focuses on introducing the participant to open face felling and the development of techniques to safely use it. Topics covered include personal protective equipment, chainsaw safety features, chainsaw reactive forces, bore cutting, pre-planning the fell, and understanding hinge wood strength. All classes are held from 8 am to 4 pm, and there is a participation fee of $25.
What to bring: Participants are expected to bring personal safety equipment, including a logging helmet, hearing protection, and logging chaps, along with a chain saw. If you do not own these items, some will be provided during the class; the one exception is the logging helmet, which you must supply yourself. Participants should also bring a packed lunch.
To register, you must call NYCAMH at 800.343.7527 or 607.547.6023 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello!! We will be at Locktoberfest this Saturday with ALL the goodies! This is our one time at market this season, so come by and say hi. Pick up:
Sweet Red Peppers
Certified Organic Potatoes
Grapes, Apples, Pears
Garlic and Elephant Garlic
Lettuce, Kale, Swiss Chard, Arugula, and maybe Ground Cherries!