2018 Farm-to-Table Events


We feel it is important to support the growing regional food system by sharing the talents of West Virginia’s chefs with you. They source locally and create delicious, unique meals. We also use these events as an opportunity to support WV nonprofit healthy food initiatives. 10% of your ticket price will be donated to a specified charity.
Please join us for one of these amazing evenings!


March 21st: Rocco’s Ristorante and Galaxy Wine Distributors partner for an Italian Food and Wine Dine Around

April 30th: Craft Beer, Brats and BBQ. Come drink some of West Virginia’s famous craft beer while you eat Swift Level Fine Meats brats and BBQ. Live Bluegrass music will play as well! A portion of all ticket sales will benefit Try This West Virginia.

May 14th: The Culinary Apprenticeship Program at Carver Technical School. The graduating class will plan and prepare an unforgettable meal as their final project for the year. A portion of ticket sales will benefit the Culinary Program at Carver.

June 22nd: Come celebrate our 5th birthday! Our own Nancy Bruns will be cooking. Great food, drink and live music! Tickets will go on sale on June 1st at 11:00 am EST. SOLD OUT

July 9th: Chef Marshall Hilton, Bistro at the Barge. Tickets will go on sale June 16th.

August 23rd: Chef Marion Ohlinger of Hill and Hollow in Morgantown. The event will benefit WV Health Right. Tickets will go on sale on August 2nd at 9:00 am EST

September 17th: Chef Dennis Harris of Edgewood Country Club.Tickets will go on sale on August 28th.

October 8th: Chef David Ryba of Bourbon Prime, Morgantown, with a Bourbon pairing
Tickets are on sale now.

October 17th: An evening of Argentinian Food and Wine, presented by The Wine Shop at Capitol Market and J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works, featuring the wines of Luna de Esperanza, and food by Chef Paul Smith

November 5th: Celebrating the Season with Chef Donnie Orr of Street Food Kitchen at Short Story Brewing in Rivesville, WV. This event will benefit the kitchen garden at Manna Meal.

**The BB&T Malden Salt Fest will be held all day October 20th.**
Parade starts at 10:00 from DuPont Middle School
Live music from FOOTMAD and Peddlers Glory

Appalachian Foodways Tent with demonstrations and tastings. Ronni Lundy, Meredyth Archer of Mother Shrub, Andrea Duke of In a Jam!, Chef Paul Smith of Buzz Foods, Brookstone Soap

Larry Rowe will speak on the development of the African-American Middle Class in Malden after the Civil War
Ronni Lundy will discuss the history and culture of Appalachian Food as in her book Victuals
Beth Kracklauer of the Wall Street Journal will talk about the role of food in Rust Belt States

Food Trucks and Vendors
Craft Beer, Cider and Wine
Appalachian Artisans
The Sons of the American Revolution Historic Re-Enactors
Tours of the Old and New Salt-Works
Kids Zone
Train Rides
Beans and Cornbread Supper starts at 5:00 and lasts throughout the evening with Peddlers Glory


Private Events at the Farm
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Are you interested in having an event at J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works? We can handle anything from a casual BBQ to a wedding reception for 300. Corporate retreats, group meetings, lunch and a tour? We do that too! Please contact Marie Clark for information and pricing: or (304)925-7918 (office) or (304)982-3017 (cell)

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