Forage & Gather on the Farm – SOLD OUT!
Join Appalachian Sustainable Development (ASD) for the First Annual Fundraiser on the Harvest Table Farm.
Gather for an al fresco four course meal of freshly foraged and locally grown food highlighting the best early fall has to offer!
Your experience includes a farm tour, live music by K.T. Vandyke, & live art by Laura Blankenship.
When: Monday October 2nd, 2017 @ 6pm.
Where: the Harvest Table Farm (28413 Smyth Chapel Rd. Meadowview, VA)
Cost: OH NO! This Event Has Been Sold Out. Due to limited seating, no more tickets are available.
All proceeds benefit Appalachian Sustainable Development *a 501(c)3 local non-profit.
Explore the Music from K.T. Vandyke
Born in the deep black diamond hills of southwestern Virginia, K.T. Vandyke is a unique and gripping songsmith, who wields folk songs and prose that reflect his vibrant and temptestuous life.
Currently stationed in Johnson City, Tennessee while studying Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Celtic Music Studies at East Tennessee State University, Vandyke has been performing in the greater Appalachian region and neighboring metropolitans areas for the last eight years.
Vandyke is currently working with Grammy Award winning sound engineer David Castle of Castle Recording on his debut album “Portrait of a Nomad”.
Explore the Artwork of Laura Blankenship
Hi there, Laura here. You can call me LaMB if you want to (my painting name comes from my initials). I can’t remember when I wasn’t drawing or painting.
After growing up in the town of Abingdon–a small artistic and cultural haven in rural Virginia–I earned my Bachelor’s Degree from the College of William & Mary in Psychology, just short of a Fine Arts minor, minoring instead in Philosophy.
I had the privilege of teaching elementary art for seven weeks in Spring 2015 as a substitute teacher, and fell in love with it! This delightful opportunity allowed me the means to afford a summer off. I took the offer of a scholarship to go to Penland School of Crafts as a studio assistant for a summer session. Even more exciting, I hiked from the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail in Georgia all the way home to Virginia in Summer 2015.