Event location is Warren's Veterans Park.
There is a pavilion, park benches, playground equipment and other park ameninties.
If you want food / drinks, bring them with you. Tacos, if that's your thing.
National Farmer’s Day is celebrated on October 12th. It is a day for everyone to acknowledge the hard work that goes into feeding and supplying a nation. The day generally encourages everyone to thank the farmers and ranchers in their lives. Use this day to pay tribute in some way to those who plow, sow, raise, feed, and harvest to provide the food and materials that our country needs to succeed.
WHAT IS NATIONAL FARMER'S DAY
This is a day to honor and thank all of the hardworking farmers and ranchers who plow, sow, grow, and harvest to feed our nation. We especially rely on farmers to get fresh food on our tables during these uncertain times.
Who is the modern farmer? Every 5 years, the United States Department of Agriculture conducts a census of U.S. farmers. While the latest census data shows that the majority of farmers are older (average age: 58+), there are also more young men, women, and minority farmers than ever before. You may be surprised to learn that 97.1% of farms in America are family farms (not corporations).
We need farmers of the future to plant, feed, raise, and harvest all of the food that keeps our citizens fed.
Please thank a farmer today!
Veterans Memorial Park
27400 Campbell Rd
Warren, MI 48093
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM