Blue Moon Fish Hosts a Benefit for Two Fellow Greenmarket Farmers at Southpaw on November 6

Ray Bradley, of Bradley Farm in New Paltz, at Grand Army Plaza; the majority of his fields were flooded after Irene.

Speaking of Blue Moon Fish–yesterday we gave away two tickets to their sea-to-table dinner at Bubby’s tomorrow night–the Mattituck-based business is hosting a fundraiser at Southpaw on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope on Sunday, November 6th from 2 to 8 p.m. The shindig is to support two fellow Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket farmers whose fields were destroyed by Hurricane Irene: Kira Kinney at Evolutionary Organics and Ray Bradley of Bradley Farm, whom we just profiled this summer in the magazine. For a $20 donation, there’ll be eight bands, a dance company, Blue Moon owner Alex Villani’s clam chowder, more food from local farmers and restaurants, and a raffle–and 100% of the proceeds go to Ray and Kira.  If you can’t make it, you can also donate online. See more on or on Facebook.

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