For one day, on Sunday 25 June, the medieval village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens celebrates its terroir with the 8th edition of the agricultural festival. The promise of a reconnection with the trades of the earth and culinary traditions of our region.
For one day, on Sunday 25 June, the medieval village of Roquebrune-sur-Argens celebrates its terroir with the 8th edition of the agricultural festival. Craftsmen and farmers gather around this festival to share their passion and the authentic taste of their product. The agricultural festival promises a day to reconnect with the trades of the earth, the animals, the flavours of seasonal fruit and vegetables, the plants and the culinary traditions of our beautiful region.
On the menu for this country day:
10:30 am: tapenade workshop (for young and old) and olive stone throwing competition
11:00 am and 3:00 pm: Conference "What agriculture for the future" animated by the farmers.
11:30 am: official inauguration
12.00 noon: home-made food by our producers
16h00 : tractor pulling competition
16:30 : blessing of the animals (procession from the parish church square to the Saint-Pierre chapel)
17h00 : olive stone throwing competition
5.30 pm : raffle draw
6.00 pm: food and drink on the spot and aperitif board
Throughout the day :
- stands of local producers (wines, honeys, olive oil, fruits/vegetables, etc.)
- tractor exhibition
- animal farm and pony ride
- introduction to goat milking and egg shooting
- weighing of the Maison du terroir basket (gourmet basket to be won)
tombola at the Maison du Terroir
- creative workshops and face painting for children
- refreshment stand and wine bar