Today at 11 a.m., Trenton’s Capital City Farm will be hosting its yearly Harvest Festival with food by Chet Yvonne Mitchell made from the farm’s own produce, live music, and live painting.
“The live painting demonstrations will feature Raven George, whose work explores the concept of identity in infinite variations of divine beauty including natural elements of the earth; Liz Amaral and her dreamy abstract works using acrylics and ink; and Walter Roberts, known for his pastel portraits featuring prominent Trentonians,” said Leon Rainbow in a Facebook post to OurTrenton.
Sarah Kavage, an artist and urban planner, will be there to discuss straw bale sculpture and edible garden installation The Future Is Open Ended. She will also discuss her work with the Lenapehoking~Watershed art. Plus the farm will be giving out free pumpkins to visitors.
Come out and check it out from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Capital City Farm (301 N Clinton Ave) next to TASK and the Trenton Police Department.