This year’s Eagle Wild Mushroom & Wine Weekend is the sixth edition of the event, but it will mark the first time that wine — and foragable edibles other than mushrooms — are on the menu.
This year, we’re bringing in not only the mushroom aspect, but also wild edibles,” says event director Jen Radueg. “And we’re also bringing in a lot of local chefs and restaurants to really tie the food together. We’re working with local chefs from a variety of different restaurants in and around Eagle and bringing in live music and adding, on a small scale, films and documentaries that revolve around the food industry.”
The food being supplied at the dinners is as fresh and local as can be — and many of those dinners will include specimens foraged by attendees that very day.
1154 Capitol Street
Eagle, CO 81631
Category: Parks and Outdoors
The festival begins today and runs through Sunday at the Brush Creek Pavilion and Park in downtown Eagle; a three-day pass is only $160, and single-event tickets are also available. Visit eaglemushroomweekend.com to purchase yours and peruse the event schedule.
Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 2013