Celebrate your local farmer this August!

submitted by Lori Katz Charlann Farms

August is a very busy month for farmers, and especially those at Charlann Farms in Yardley. Charlann Farms is a family-owned and operated sixth-generation farm.

August marks the start of Pennsylvania Produce Month, making it an extremely bountiful time of year when the taste and freshness of produce is at its peak. Sweet corn, tomatoes, zucchini, watermelon and more are all bursting with flavor.

To celebrate Pennsylvania Produce Month, Charlann Farms will be hosting our first ever Farm to Table dinner on Friday, August 11th. This multi-course meal will feature our homegrown produce and other local ingredients.

The menu will be carefully curated to showcase locally grown fruits and vegetables in their peak season. Those attending will meet the farmers from Charlann Farms and experience an immersive one-of-a-kind dining experience.

This enchanting evening will be held outside under our large event tent. Enjoy live music, conversing with old and new friends, and come celebrate locally-produced food and beverages.

Another local business, Ashlynn Distillery (Morrisville) will be on the farm making specialty seasonal cocktails for this event. Ashlynn Distillery actually uses our corn to make their handcrafted spirits. Grab your friends or significant other for what is sure to be an unforgettable night out.

Advance tickets are required and are available for purchase through our website, At Charlann Farms, we are busy harvesting all of our fresh, delicious fruits and veggies to sell in our farmstand seven days a week at 586 Stony Hill Road in Yardley.

We are also still hosting birthday parties and other events throughout August and September, and are gearing up for another fall festival season. Reach out via e-mail to and ask about our birthday and event packages.

Can’t wait to see you on the Farm!

PHOTO CAP: Tim Stewart “tending to the crops.”

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