Feast of Fields in Lake Country Aug. 12.

Participants get a wine glass and napkin upon entry and are invited to indulge.

FarmFolk/ CityFolk’s annual Feast of Fields will be held at Claremont Ranch Organics in Lake Country on Sunday

FarmFolk/CityFolk’s annual Feast of Fields will be held at Claremont Ranch Organics in Lake Country on Sunday, Aug. 12.

Participants will be handed a wine glass and linen napkin when they arrive before enjoying dozens of the valley’s top chefs, winemakers and brewmasters offerings of locally-sourced, seasonal foods, often made from products grown right in the fields where the event is held.

This year, 58 producers will feature products from more than 40 local farms.

The idea is to help consumers make the link between the food that goes into their mouths and the farms on which it is produced.

Tickets are available from Choices Market in Kelowna or online at: www.feastoffields.com.

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