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     Farm To Table 
Dining Experience 

Do you want to learn about the unique history of the pioneers who first settled this land?

Our Farm to Table experience shares the memoir of a war veteran, John Wisemen, and his War Bride, Yvonne Wiseman, who once owned the land we now farm. The memoir is told over a farm-fresh 4-course meal, paired with a flight of craft beer brewed at the Crooked Feeder Brewery.


It is an immersive, intimate and true story about the land and the people who settled it. What life was like and the hardships that war veterans and their families faced when they first settled in Cormack.

The dinner experience is served on the farm and can be as immersive as guests want it to be.

For every dinner served we donate $10 to the Cormack Heritage Museum Project. 

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In this Farm to Table Experience you will;

  • Take part in a 4 course dinning experience paired with a flight from Crooked Feeder Brewery and a unique storytelling of the War Veterans Pioneers

  • Enjoy fresh, local, and seasonal food that is sourced directly from the community of Cormack

  • Get back to basics and appreciate the simplicity of good, honest food

  • Learn about Cormack's unique history and support the Cormack Community Heritage Project!

Email us at for more details or to arrange alternate booking dates. ​

Pre-Dinner Activities

Guests can visit the farm midday and help the farmer (Mark) and storyteller harvest the vegetables for this evening's festivities. Once finished we encourage you head over to the local Heritage Museum for a complimentary visit and learn some of the local history. This is a great way to prepare for the stories to come.

After finishing the tour of the local museum return to the farm for the prepared 4-course farm-to-table dinner and storytelling experience.

Guest staying with us overnight or multiple nights are encouraged to travel the area and visit some of the different scenic spots, the Provincial Sir Richards Squires Park, and National Gros Morne Park, Big Falls, or Lomond before returning in the evening for their dinner and storytelling experience. 

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