LI AgriCULTURE - SEASONS OF CHANGE ON HENRY'S FARM - FREE Day of Fun & Outdoor Film Screening at Fink's Farm

Location: Fink’s Farm. 6242 Middle Country Road, Wading River, New York
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Fink's Farm Fri, Oct 1 4:00 PM


Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm


LI AgriCULTURE: Celebrating Local Foods with the Power of Film


FREE day of fun and outdoor screening of SEASONS OF CHANGE ON HENRY’S FARM at Fink’s Farm


Presented by Cinema Arts Centre and Fink’s Farm in partnership with ChooseLI, the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning , and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County and made possible with support from the Long Island Community Foundation 


4:00 - 9:00 PM Friday, October 1st (Rain-date: October 7th)

Location: Fink’s Farm, 6242 Middle Country Road, Wading River, New York

Admission is FREE (Click "Buy Tickets" for FREE registration.)


Cinema Arts Centre and Fink’s Farm are excited to present a Free and Fun family-friendly evening at the movies! Join us for an outdoor screening of the documentary, SEASONS OF CHANGE ON HENRY’S FARM. The screening will feature a day of fun at the family owned, Fink’s Farm, including hay rides, pumpkin picking, a corn maze, candy apples and more! There will also be a panel discussion with local experts and some other great surprises! Remember to bring picnic blankets and chairs!


Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm: Surrounded by GMO-heavy industrial farms in Central Illinois, for a quarter-century Henry Brockman has successfully operated a small family vegetable farm based on principles of organic cultivation and biodiversity. But farming takes a toll on his aging body and Henry dreams of scaling back. While his former apprentices run the farm, Henry spends a "fallow year" with his wife Hiroko in Japan. But things don't turn out as planned, and Henry must grapple with the future of farming in a changing climate on personal, generational, and global levels.

4:00 – Pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn maze, animatronic chicken show, animal feedings

- Live music by The Chuck Evans Band 5:00 - 6:30 PM

- Free Corn Maze - closing at 6:45 PM when dark

- 1 Free Animal Feed cup per child

- $5/person for Hay Rides

- U-pick pumpkins - $0.79/lb.

6:30 – A panel discussion with local experts

7:00 – Screening of ‘Seasons of Change on Henry’s Farm’

Make sure to stay tuned for more events in our new program series, LI agriCULTURE:

LI AgriCULTURE: Celebrating Local Foods with the Power of Film engages our community in Long Island’s rich landscape of sustainable food production through the power of documentary film, helping to foster pride in our shared agricultural and aquacultural heritage, and inspiring us to choose more local foods. Presenting dynamic documentary screening and discussion programs, virtually and in a variety of locations, our program will connect audiences to local food producers and encourage and empower our community to include more locally and sustainably produced foods in our daily diets. Learn more: