June is Jumpin'!
We do a lot here at Dean’s Beans: social activism, outreach and education and of course international development. We also have LOTS of fun sponsoring events and caffeinating crowds with our Java Trekker coffee truck at music and food festivals. Plus, this year we have our own customized Dean’s Bean corn hole (coming soon)!
So without further ado, here is where you can drink some cold brew, dance to your hearts content and toss some bean bags.
June 2nd – WGBY Asparagus Festival. https://wgby.org/asparagus Featuring live music, iced coffee and some of the best local food. Kids can even get in on the action in the Asparagus Sprouts, packed with learning games and other activities to help them appreciate local agriculture, too. Hadley Town Commons: 10-6pm
June 3rd – Join us for Powisset Farm's Springfest, a daylong celebration of the farm and spring! This festival will include activities for all ages including kid’s crafts, farm tours, local food & beverages, live music, animals (pigs, chickens & goats), a pie-eating contest, yoga and much more. Powisset Farm: 37 Powisset St, Dover, Massachusetts 02030 http://www.thetrustees.org/places-to-visit/csa/powisset-farm-csa/
June 6th - MAPFRE Health Week. Serving Cold Brew and hot coffee to MAPFRE employees. MAPFRE is the third largest insurance group in Latin America and the leading company in non-life insurance across the region. They are also the eleventh biggest insurer in Europe and rank among the top 20 insurers in auto insurance in the United States. https://www.mapfre.com/corporate/
Jun 9thth – Our Java Trekker will be at Wooed by the Food. This is the 4th annual Food Truck Festival at Whitin Park at the Whitin Community Center in Whitinsville, MA. There will food trucks, vendors, bounce house, kid’s activities, music and more. Entrance fee is a $5 donation per person. Children 5 and under are free. All proceeds to benefit Whitin Community Center which is a non-profit 501(c)(3). https://www.facebook.com/WooedByTheFood
June 16thth – Stop by our truck at the Waltham Riverfest, a free annual festival celebrating the Charles River and local music, art, food and culture. Bring the family and don't miss this great, no-cost festival! http://www.walthamriverfest.com/2018-events.html
June 19th – College of the Holy Cross – Educational lecture on Fair Trade Coffee. https://www.holycross.edu/
June 23rd – Town of Shelburne 250th Anniversary