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Sat, Oct 19


Littlejohn Farm

Progressive Aboriginal Cuisine in The County by Chef Zach Keeshig

An afternoon of Progressive Aboriginal Cuisine by Zach Keeshig on the farm!

Progressive Aboriginal Cuisine in The County by Chef Zach Keeshig
Progressive Aboriginal Cuisine in The County by Chef Zach Keeshig

Time & Location

Oct 19, 2024, 2:00 p.m.

Littlejohn Farm, 908 County Rd 10, Picton, ON K0K 2T0, Canada


 It is time to Experience Progressive Aboriginal Cuisine in the County!  

Let's welcome Chef Zach Keeshig to the County!! 

Littlejohn Farm is honoured and humble to welcome Chef Zach Keeshig for a Progressive Aboriginal Dinner Experience at the Farm. 

This dinner will not cater to dietary choices - Please inform us of any allergies.   


If you contact us more than one week before the event then you can exchange your ticket to any other experience  for a $ 25 admin charge. You can change the name of the attendees without a charge.


It is a long shared table: The Price for the Event is $ 225 + HST per person. 


- Progressive Aboriginal Culinary Worshop with Chef Zach Keeshig

- Chef Zach Keeshig's Recipies Booklet to take away

- An assortment of Chef Zach ingredients and products

- A Progressive Aboriginal dinner at the Farm

- This experience does not include alcohol. Guests can bring their own preferred beverages. Guests are responsible for pouring their own drinks and we would ask that you consume responsibly. There will be non alcoholic beverages available.

- Guests are also encouraged to book their own transportation to and from our property.


In regards of gratuity, while gratuities are appreciated, they are not expected, all of our staff are paid livable wages and are compensated above industry average. Exceptional hospitality is an integral part of the Littlejohn Farm dining experience and is provided to every guest.

About Chef Zach Keeshig:

Zach keeshig was born in Wiarton ON but raised in Owen Sound, he attended culinary school locally at Georgian college under Anthony bevan. After culinary school Zach apprenticed locally under Chef Tim Johnston (Cobble beach), Later working and stagairing at regarded restaurants such as Langdon Hall (Cambridge), Micheal Stadtlander’s Eigensinn farm (Singhampton), Restaurant Pearl Morissette (Jordan ON), Canoe (Toronto) & most recently at 1 Michelin star Enigma (Yorkville). 

Zach now runs a small upscale reservation only 17 seat dining room he calls “Naagan” (Ojibwa for Dish) at the Owen Sound Farmers Market. Zach calls his cuisine progressive aboriginal using things from the land fusing his Ojibwa background with French techniques. Naagan serves a 9 course tasting menu paired with wild drinks using things they’ve either foraged/sourced locally/ grown.


  • Individual Ticket

    This ticket is per person for a long harvest table for a group of different individuals willing to share a table together.

    Tax: +$29.25 HST




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