Food, art and craft lovers are invited to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College’s fifth annual Woodland Kitchen Harvest Festival Saturday, October 11 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This celebration of autumn is held at the NWTC Woodland Kitchen and Business Incubator, located in Hillcrest School, 2030 Calvary Drive in Aurora.
The festival features local food vendors, an arts and craft market, and exciting activities for the whole family, including a Kids Craft Corner and activity area. A free tote bag is available for attendees while supplies last.
“The Harvest Festival keeps getting bigger, which speaks volumes about all of the amazing artisans and food vendors who participate,” said Sally Miller-DeCremer, manager of the NWTC – Niagara Regional Learning Center. “It’s a great community event, and we really do have something for everyone.”
More than 400 people attended Harvest Fest last year.
The NWTC Woodland Kitchen and Business Incubator, located in the Town of Aurora, provides aspiring food entrepreneurs services, facilities and expertise to launch their business. The certified, fully equipped commercial kitchen provides small scale food entrepreneurs a place to prepare and process their food for consumer purchase. The 3,000 square foot facility is used by growers, food processors, caterers, restaurants, chefs, special event food vendors, and bakers.
NWTC’s Woodland Kitchen also works with entrepreneurs to expand and strengthen their business by providing access to safety training, mentoring, business planning, and marketing expertise.
The general public can also take advantage of the NWTC facility. Visit www.nwtc.edu to search for classes in the area.
For more information on Harvest Festival, or to learn more about the Woodland Kitchen and Business Incubator, contact Sally Miller-DeCremer, NWTC North Regional Learning Center-Niagara coordinator: at (715) 251-3790, or email@example.com