Fondue for Two

Fondue for Two – Virtual Fondue Class

Fondue for Two

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
6:00 PM 7:00 PM

Yelp Maine is partnering with the Maine Cheese Guild to bring cheese from the state right to your door! Who doesn’t love a subscription box filled with local love?! Our first event in this series of events features Ciana Godin, Chef/Owner of Alice & Lulu’s Mountainside Restaurant, for: Fondue for Two

To learn more,  RSVP and join this event, CLICK HERE

Open Creamery Day

Maine Farm Product and Pick-up Directory

“University of Maine Cooperative Extension worked with Allison Lakin, owner of East Forty Farm and Dairy, and Lakin’s Gorges Cheese in Waldoboro, to develop the database of Maine farmers’ creative distribution strategies implemented for the public.”

~University of Maine Extension Service article

Lakin is a long time member of the Maine Cheese Guild, and many Guild cheesemakers are included on the Extension’s new resource for locating locally produced food that is available directly  from farms during the Covid-19 epidemic.  Farmers’ Markets are also considered essential businesses and  many Maine cheesemakers rely on them to market their products. Visit Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets for a comprehensive listing of markets and updates.

Maine Farm Product Pick-Up Directory

You can learn more here, in an article on the Penobsoct Bay area news site,  www.penbaypilot.com.

We also suggest you check driectly with Maine Cheesemakers on how to purchase their products. See our Maine Cheese Guild Cheesemaker & Supporting Partners map with contact information on our members.

 

Maine Cheese Guild Meeting

May Guild Meeting

There is an opportunity to learn more about The Maine Cheese Guild at their next membership meeting at the end of May.

With Maine’s  CDC guidelines allowing for larger group gatherings with social distancing, this will be an in-person event at Sunflower Farm and Creamery in Cumberland complete with goat yoga (free for members, $10 for general public) and a BYOCheese picnic!

We’ll post more info as it becomes available.

Family Fun to Be Had at Maine Farms This Spring – Yes, We’re Kidding!

MAINE: With spring in full swing, farms and creameries across Maine are bustling with activity — new lambs, calves, and goat kids are arriving and a delightful array of cheeses, yogurts, and other creamery specialties are available for sampling. Now is the perfect time to grab your masks and perhaps a baguette, pack the kids into the car (your kids, not goats), and explore some of the best dairy products in Maine while basking in the glorious spring sunshine.

Not sure where to go for local dairy delights and family fun? We have a map of creameries and dairy farms , many open to the public. Check the map for farm links where you can learn more about what each i offering. Farms have different business hours and projected arrival times for the baby animals, and some require pre-registration for Covid safety, there is no doubt that there is plenty of dairy deliciousness to explore in our great state. A few creameries to consider for your next day trip:

Fuzzy Udder, Whiefield
Widdershins, Dover Foxcroft
Sunflower Farm and Creamery, Cumberland
Smiling Hill, Westbrook
Balfour Farm, Pittsfield
Appleton Creamery, Appleton

The Maine Cheese Guild wants you to love cheese and the Mainers and animals who produce it. Their mission is to support and encourage the Maine cheesemaking community, educate cheesemakers and consumers, and share the joy and art of regional cheeses. An incredible resource for cheese-lovers everywhere, the Guild offers classes, product information, and organizes community events such as the Maine Cheese Festival and the Maine Open Creamery Day. For there is much joy to be had, and much cheese to enjoy!

There is an opportunity to learn more about The Maine Cheese Guild at our next membership meeting at the end of May. With CDC guidelines allowing for larger group gatherings with social distancing, this will be an in-person event at Sunflower Farm and Creamery in Cumberland complete with goat yoga (free for members, $10 for general public) and a BYOCheese picnic!

Event

2021 Festival and Open Creamery Dates

SAVE THESE FALL 2021 DATES

• Maine Open Creamery Day – Sunday, October 10, 2021

• Maine Cheese Festival & Awards – Sunday, September 12, 2021

We’re working out the plans for these Guild sponsored events. We’ll keep you updated as details emerge.

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