Join Riveredge Nature Center for autumn outdoor 21+ food and drink series including Small Plates & Big Brews and Wine Walk hiking programs. Each program has limited capacity and takes place outdoors beginning or ending at the Riveredge Sugarbush House. These programs are scheduled throughout September, October, and November. These are intimate, collaborative experiences with local restaurants, producers, and purveyors in which participants are asked to wear masks in between eating and drinking.
Small Plates & Big Brews
The Fermentorium is the main collaborator for Small Plates & Big Brews and the first event takes place with The Norbert on Thursday, September 17. Seating will take place outdoors in a manner that reinforces social distancing. Participants are asked to wear masks when not actively eating or drinking. Join us for our final event of the season on Thursday, October 29 with The Fermentorium and Heirloom MKE.
Evening Wine Walk collaborators include: Lovino Sangria, Mershon’s Cider, Vines to Cellar, and Sunshine Winery. Each walk is led by a Riveredge Naturalist Educator. Participants are asked to wear masks when not actively eating or drinking.