Minnesota Cheese Festival

Minnesota Cheese Festival – The Minnesota Cheese Festival returns to the State Fair Grounds September 14-15, 2013, with exciting changes and new opportunities for attendees. In addition, the Festival will help launch the Minnesota Cheese Guild, a not-for-profit collective that aim to build awareness and support for the state’s growing group of artisan cheesemakers.

The 2013 Minnesota Cheese Festival will be hosted across two days at the Fair Grounds’ International Bazaar, with two Sessions per day (10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.). Tickets ($15 per Session for adults, $10 per Session for children ages 10 and under, and free for children ages 2 and under) are only available in advance on Eventbrite – there will be no same-day tickets sales.

Two demonstration areas will provide Festival attendees with a wealth of opportunities to get up close and personal with cheesemakers, dairy farmers and other food experts. Workshops will include topics such as wine and beer pairing, mozzarella making, dairy farming, creating the perfect cheese plate, and more.

Name 5 of the top events to see at the festivals: Meet the Cheesemaker events, Wine and Beer Pairing demonstrations, Mozzarella making, How to make the perfect cheese plate, Minnesota Cheese Guild 

What type of festival is it? (festival genre): Food or wine

Address of festival:
Underwood St & Judson Ave
Falcon Heights , Minnesota, 55108
United States

Festival / event start date: 9/14/2013

Festival end date (only for multi day events): 15/09/2013

www.mncheesefest.com 

The Minnesota Cheese Festival returns to the State Fair Grounds September 14-15, 2013, with exciting changes and new opportunities for attendees. In addition, the Festival will help launch the Minnesota Cheese Guild, a not-for-profit collective that aim to build awareness and support for the state’s growing group of artisan cheesemakers.

The 2013 Minnesota Cheese Festival will be hosted across two days at the Fair Grounds’ International Bazaar, with two Sessions per day (10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.). Tickets ($15 per Session for adults, $10 per Session for children ages 10 and under, and free for children ages 2 and under) are only available in advance on Eventbrite – there will be no same-day tickets sales.

Two demonstration areas will provide Festival attendees with a wealth of opportunities to get up close and personal with cheesemakers, dairy farmers and other food experts. Workshops will include topics such as wine and beer pairing, mozzarella making, dairy farming, creating the perfect cheese plate, and more.

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