Soup Night: Connect to Your Customers

April 4th, 2019 (5:00-8PM)

Dinner and dancing at the Miners Foundry, Nevada City

Sierra Harvest provides a simple meal of soup and bread to more than 400 customers who are passionate about supporting our local farmers! They are looking for new ways to buy local produce, meat, flowers, milk, cheese or other value-added products directly from farmers.  Come out and mingle with your fellow farmers and ranchers before the season gets underway! 

Dance to the groovy sounds of Love Train, a 6-piece dance band that taps into the same gold vein of 60’s soul and R&B as the Blues Bros and the Commitments. Belting out soul hits from Wilson Picket, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, the O’Jays, Sam and Dave, Stevie Wonder and many more, Love Train delivers a powerfully funky vintage soul groove that WILL get you dancing!

Farmers marketing to customers, Nevada City, Soup Night

There are TWO ways to get involved this year!

Be a Featured Farm

As a featured farm, you will share a table with another farm at the event to display your materials and products. You will get to speak on the microphone during the dinner.  You can also plan to sell your CSA shares, farm cards or other non-food products at the event. You will be promoted to more than 4,800 subscribers in our newsletters and social media. 

The cost for a featured farm table is $50, and you will receive 2 free passes to the event, dinner included.  There is a limit of 10 featured farms (first come, first served).

Be a Participating Farm

For no charge, display your farm information and literature only.  Dinner is not included.

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Farmers presenting at Soup Night Nevada City

2018 Soup Night was an enormous success!

What a remarkable Soup Night with more than 400 guests packing the Miners Foundry dancing with wild abandon to Achilles Wheel Trio, meeting YOU, our passionate and hard-working farmers and even hearing a farmer rap song, devouring almost 60 gallons of soup with local ingredients plus loaves of bread and organic mandarins, tasting local carrots as part of our Harvest of the Month program, and small children coloring chef hats.