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Get Ready for the Farm & Food Expo

Get Ready for the Farm & Food Expo

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How do you get to the event? Where do you park? Read on and find out! Double check your confirmation email to make sure you're ready; all tickets include the Friday evening roundtable event and all day Saturday programming. Ticket holders are encouraged to check-in a half hour before their first class or event. Those seeking at-the-gate registrations should arrive a full hour prior to their first desired class and realize that class selection will be limited.

All Farm & Food Expo classes are held at Spokane Community College: 1810 N Greene St, Spokane, WA 99217. For driving directions, visit the Spokane Community College website.

Wait, do you still need to register? Do it online before October 31 at 5pm to save time and money on the day-of the event.

Friday, Nov. 3

Friday, November 3 - Optional Intensive Classes
and Evening Round Table Event

Free parking begins at 4pm. Ticket holders for earlier classes will be emailed a parking pass to print and they will also be available at check-in. Check-in will begin at 8am in the LAIR (Building #6); click here for a campus mapLunch is not provided on Friday. The cafeteria will be open.

9am - Noon Farm Record Keeping Intensive Class

Requires additional payment at registration. At the door tickets not available.

Noon- Lunch Break 

Please note that lunch is not provided as part of the Friday program.

1pm -Jean Martin Fortier Intensive Class

Requires additional payment at registration. At the door tickets not available.

5pm - Round Table Discussion

FFE Roundtable

All tickets include the Friday evening round table discussion Beyond the Market Canopy: Broadening Our Local Food System featuring panelists:

  • Curtis Stone, famous small acreage farmer and author of "The Urban Farmer"
  • Jean Martin Fortier, famous small acreage farmer and author of "The Market Gardener"
  • Ben Stuckart, Spokane City Council President
  • Connie Krueger, Director of Community and Economic Development, City of Hayden
  • Evan Tewel, Head Chef, The Davenport Grand

Saturday, Nov. 4

 Saturday, Nov. 4 Agenda

  • 7:30am - Check-in, day-of ticket sales, and vendor fair begin
  • 8am – Limited classes and a special film screening of Ground Operations: Battlefields to Farmfields with director Dulanie Ellis
  • 9am-10am – General Session with Curtis Stone
    • 30 minute break, check out the vendors and coffee!
  • 10:30am-11:30am – Concurrent Sessions
    • 15 minute break
  • 11:45am-12:45pm - Lunch A or Concurrent Sessions
  • 12:45pm - 1:45pm - Lunch B or Concurrent Sessions
    • 15 minute break
  • 2pm-3pm - Concurrent Sessions
    • 15 minute break
  • 3:15pm-4:15pm - Concurrent Sessions
  • 4:30pm-5:30pm - Concurrent Sessions
  • Evaluation Raffle and vendor fair closes