Durham’s Ganyard Hill Farm is hosting the N.C. Triangle Gluten Intolerance Fair, 1-6 p.m. Sept. 27.
The fair will feature speakers, vendors and fall farm activities including hay rides, crop mazes, pumpkin picking and corn shucking.
The keynote speaker will be North Carolina native Cameo Edwards, founder of San Francisco’s first gluten-free bakery, Crave. Edwards will be selling copies of her cookbook, “Crave Bakery’s 10th Anniversary Gluten Free Cookbook,” which can be ordered ahead of time at a discount. Details: nctgif.com. Copies will be available at full price on the day of the event.
Vendors include Primal Food and Spirits, a Durham gluten-free restaurant; Joie de Vegan, a gluten-free and vegan bakery; Old North State bakery, which makes gluten-free granola; and Gluten Free with Sarah B, another gluten-free bakery. Complete list: nctgif.com.
Food trucks also will be on-site selling food, including Bang Bang Banh Mi, which serves gluten-free Vietnamese food.
Advance tickets: $12 for children ages 3-12; $15 for adults. At the door: $12.50 for children and $20 for adults. Children ages 2 and under get in free. Buy tickets online: nando.com/kh.
Tickets are slightly higher if attendees want access to the sampler tent.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the N.C. Food Allergic Children Excelling Safely or NC FACES. Info: ncfaces.org.