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  • February 7, 2015 - 1:30pm - March 15, 2015 - 4:00pm

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Sat, Feb 7 and Sun, Feb 8, 12pm - 5pm
Sat, Mar 7 and Sun, Mar 8, 12pm - 5pm
Open Barn events
Celebrate the new kids. Chili, cornbread, brownies, beverages, cheese, soaps, jams and pickles for sale.

Sun, Feb 15, 1.30pm
Sparkling White Grape Juice or Prosecco
Pepper Jelly Chèvre
Blue Streak, Pear, Avocado Cream and Baguette
Chicken Pate and Chevre Terrine, Local Greens
Graham Family London Broil with Bourbon Sauce
Colcannon with Celebrity Dairy Goat Milk
Stir-Fried Kale with Red Bell Pepper and Garlic "Imaginethat Guten Free" Breads
Benjamin Vineyard Raspberry Wine
Mt Airy Soufflé Cake and Raspberry Coulis
Tea and Coffee
Celebrity Dairy truffles to take home
Vegetarian meals on request.

Sun, Mar 15, 1.30pm
Our Dinner Featured in Southern Living March 1995
Glorious Goat Cheese platter
Savory party tarts
Cucumber cups
Butternut squash soup topped with our "Greek" yogurt Imagine That GF toast points
Black eyed pea salad with local greens
Celebrity Dairy chicken breasts on basmati wild rice mix
Asparagus with dill sauce
Roasted Sunny Slopes tomatoes
Bourbon poppy seed cake
Tea and coffee
Vegetarian meals on request

Celebrity Dairy
 invites you to dinner on the third Sunday afternoon of each month. Feel free to bring your own wine or beer to enjoy with the meal. Hosts Brit and Fleming Pfann enjoy sharing their home, everyday farm happenings, and great food. Vegetarian meals on request. Delicious local food, guest chefs on occasion, and a variety of tasty goat cheese, all in an incredible atmosphere. The dinner menu includes sparkling white grape juice, award-winning goat cheese, and seasonal appetizers.

Seasonal Open Barn events
Sunday of Valentine's weekend
Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend
We close out our long milking season with a "visiting day " on Thanksgiving weekend. Late in the season, the does should again be bred, and slowly "drying off" at the end of their 9-10 month lactation. The spring "kids" will be teenagers by now, and while no longer cuddly, still are enthusiastic to have visitors' attention. Its a good time for a long walk in the woods following the weekend's feasting.

  • Address: 146 Celebrity Dairy Way Siler City, NC 27344
  • Mailing Address: Siler City, NC 27344