1803, 2024

6th Annual Easter Egg Hunt 4 Hunger

By |March 18th, 2024|Categories: Events|

The Mark Frisco Team of CENTURY 21 New Millennium presents the 6th Annual Easter Egg Hunt 4 Hunger. Join us for a day of joy, community, and giving back. “Egg Hunt 4 Hunger” is an egg hunt dedicated to supporting Farming For Hunger. Gather your loved ones and head over to beautiful Serenity Farms on March 30th, 2024, from 12 PM to 3 PM, for an unforgettable afternoon of [...]

209, 2023

Second Annual – A Taste of the Farm

By |September 2nd, 2023|Categories: Events|

Enjoy a Taste of the Farm! This 2nd Annual Taste of the Farm on October 7, 2023, will celebrate the work and mission of Farming 4 Hunger and give an in-person taste of what we do here. Don’t miss out on the BEST farm-to-table dining experience in Southern Maryland! Enjoy and taste the delicious food our amazing local chefs prepared from No Thyme to Cook, Dream Weaver Cafe and Catering, [...]

2609, 2022

First Annual A Taste of the Farm

By |September 26th, 2022|Categories: Events|

Enjoy a Taste of the Farm! This first annual Taste of the Farm will be a celebration of the work and mission of Farming 4 Hunger and an in-person taste of what we do here. Enjoy farm-to-table fare and live music by FLyT featuring Ryan Forrester and John Luskey. Food prepared and donated by No Thyme to Cook, Dreamweaver Cafe, Caney Creek Catering/Bulrushes Cafe, and Brick! Don't miss this fun [...]

2401, 2017

Check Out F4H on MPT!

By |January 24th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

Join host Joanne Clendining as she explores local Maryland farms. Visit a farm that grows produce for the needy while inspiring those that work the land. Find out how the sausage is made at a traditional country butchering. Get a deal on Christmas gifts at a farm and country Christmas auction. Also, winter veggies on The Local Buy. Click on the link below to see how things went when MPT came out to the Farm!!

209, 2016

Love, Life and Labor

By |September 2nd, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|

Live to work, work to live. That motto is most American’s way of thinking. We put so much emphasis on work that even in social situations, one of the most commonly asked questions is, “So, what do you do (for work)?” At worst, we judge people on the industry they work within and at best, we celebrate that every job helps keep our economy going. No matter what our work situation, we let it define us as a person. Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic […]




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