Events

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July 2014

7/26 Double- Header Cheese Class Learn to make ricotta & mozzarella, and taste some of our award-winning farmstead cheeses.  Then delight your family and friends by sharing your new skills in your own kitchen! Click here for more details. 
7/26 New Moon Dinner One of three New Moon Dinner led by Madame Fromage (aka Tenaya Darlington) and hosted by Chef Eli Kulp of HighStreet in Philadelphia & featuring Cherry Grove Farm cheese and pork. Find out more information here. SOLD OUT :-(

August 2014

8/3- 8/6 American Cheese Society Conference Cherry Grove Farm is being represented at ACS’s annual conference! This year we have several of our cheese in the running for their competitions.
8/16 Cherry Grove Farm at Terhune’s Orchard
8/16 Summer Digital Photo Class Join us to learn more about the art of photography in our digital classroom exploring the beautiful surroundings of Cherry Grove Farm. This class is open to children going into grades 5th-8th who enjoy taking pictures and exploring the natural world around them. Cost is $50 per child.
8/23 Cherry Grove Farm at Unionville Winery

September 2014

 

9/14 Farmstead Cheese Class Like farmers and ranchers around the world, learn to preserve milk through easy, fresh cheese recipes. Learn more here.
9/20 Double-Header Cheese Class Learn to make ricotta & mozzarella, and taste some of our award-winning farmstead cheeses.  Then delight your family and friends by sharing your new skills in your own kitchen! Click here for more details. 
9/21 A Night in the Village Lawrenceville Main Street is presenting their third Walking Restaurant Tour of the town’s historic downtown area. Tours begin at 4 PM and 6 PM from the Lawrenceville Main Street Office. This fun night on the town includes tastings of 10 establishments (including our very own Cherry Grove Farm!), live local music by Stringzville, a goodie bag, and the chance to socialize with friends and neighbours. 
9/27 Highland Dinner Club Enjoy a pastoral Farm to Table dinner on the farm.

October 2014

10/5 Northeast Organic Farming Association Dinner Come and enjoy the fall season with this fun night at Duke Farms Coach Barn. The even features a cocktail hour, wines and craft beers, farm-to-table tastings of over a dozen great restaurants from New Jersey (including Cherry Grove Farm!), desserts, music and dancing, and even a silent auction!
10/11 Unionville Festival Market Come check out Cherry Grove Farm at Unionville’s Festival Market. 
10/11 Double-Header Cheese Class Learn to make ricotta & mozzarella, and taste some of our award-winning farmstead cheeses.  Then delight your family and friends by sharing your new skills in your own kitchen! Click here for more details. 

 

November 2014

11/8-11/9 “Not Just Wine” This fun wine trail event will be taking place at Terhune Orchards!
 11/9 Double-Header Cheese Class Learn to make ricotta & mozzarella, and taste some of our award-winning farmstead cheeses.  Then delight your family and friends by sharing your new skills in your own kitchen! Click here for more details. 
 11/8-9  “Not Just Wine”- Wine Trail at Terhune Orchards

 

December 2014

 12/7 Slow Food Winter Market  Central NJ’s “EAT SLOW” Winter Farmer’s Market.
12/11 Enchanted Winter Wonderland at the farm  A holidays inspired evening outdoor market with food, live music, vendors, & bonfires.  Come and celebrate winter with us!
12/13 Double-Header Cheese Class Learn to make ricotta & mozzarella, and taste some of our award-winning farmstead cheeses.  Then delight your family and friends by sharing your new skills in your own kitchen! Click here for more details. 

 

January 2015

 1/24 Double-Header Cheese Class Learn to make ricotta & mozzarella, and taste some of our award-winning farmstead cheeses.  Then delight your family and friends by sharing your new skills in your own kitchen! Click here for more details. 
 TBD  Slow Food Winter Market  Central NJ’s “EAT SLOW” Winter Farmer’s Market.

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1902 - Family purchased farm

1910 - Leased land to dairy farmer

1987 - Hamill Brothers inherit farm

2002 - Started as a family business

2003 - Started a beef herd, laying hens, and pigs

2004 - Added sheep and attained organic certification of pasture land

2005 - Added dairy herd and began making fresh cheeses like mozzarella

2006 - Built aging caves and began making aged cheeses

2012 - Grid Magazine’s Cheese of the Month (Nov – Full Nettle Jack); Finalist at the Good Food Awards (Toma)

2013 - Won 2 blue ribbons from the American Cheese Society(for Buttercup Brie and Lawrenceville Jack Reserve); Added second cheesemaker

2014 - Broke ground on additional aging space and began process of getting AWA certification for our chickens
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