Whether we are hosting an event or attending one, our locations are constantly bustling with activity!  See the list of events below for more information about events with Bittersweet Farms.

For additional information about any of our events, please contact Marketing Coordiantor Shannon Solt  at 419 875 6986, ext. 1263 or

Save the Date!  4th Annual Celebrating Possibilities 

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Bittersweet will be hosting the 4th annual spring fundraiser, Celebrating Possibilities, presented by Dana Incorporated and Morgan Stanley on Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.   

Bittersweet will be showcasing the abilities and achievements of people with autism.   Products from Bittersweet Creative Arts (fused glass, paintings, woven items), Bittersweet Gardens (homegrown vegetables), and Bittersweet Culinary (homemade cookies, shelf-stable pesto and tomato chutney) will be available for purchase.   The event is rain or shine.  Tickets are $50 and can be purchased here.   

Fowl and Fodder will be providing local farm to table fare. 

Local musician Nick Neenan will be providing live entertainment throughout the evening.

Raffle items and a silent auction will take place throughout the evening.   

Purchase your tickets today! 




All Black


Charlie's Automotive 

Brown & Brown

E.S. Wagner 

Fifth Third Bank



Owens Corning

USI Insurance

Interested in becoming a sponsor?  Download the sponsorship form or contact Katie Kuntz-Wineland at 

Autism Awareness Fundraiser - Local Thyme 

Support Autism Awareness Month with a dine in event at Local Thyme! From 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24, a percentage of all food sales will be donated to Bittersweet! Great food, great cause, great thyme! :)

 BCA at Bluffton Arts and Crafts Festival

The Bittersweet Creative Arts Program (BCA) will be joining the 47th Annual Bluffton Arts and Crafts Festival located on Main Street in downtown Bluffton.  The event will be Saturday, May 12 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

BCA will offer artwork created by individuals with autism in the BCA program.  Items include fused glass, paintings, ceramics, mixed media and woven items.  Proceeds from the sale of these items will provide much needed funding to sustain the BCA program.