Bour-Bon, 616 Main Street in Paris, is serving brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday, Bour-Bon will have its inaugural gospel brunch featuring the Seventh Street Christian Church Men's Choir, performing at noon. The concert is free, with donations suggested. Reservations are suggested at (859) 987-1662.
■ Moontower Music Festival, Saturday at Masterson Station beginning at 10 a.m., will offer food from Rolling Oven, Crazy 'Bout Cajun, Lyles BBQ, Noodles & Co., Spotz Gelato and fork in the road. Beer will be on tap from West Sixth Brewing, Country Boy Brewing, Alltech and Ethereal Brewing.
■ Beyond Grits Best of Crave Lexington winners selected by the crowd last weekend were: Best Southern Classic, Lexington Diner; Best Farm-to-Table, middle fork kitchen bar; Best World Fusion, Wild Thyme; Best Sweet, Confused Confections Bakehouse and Gifts; Best Overall, Lexington Diner.
■ Midway residents John and Becky Moore will be bringing home organic peaches from their Colorado farm for sale on Saturday morning. The Moores tow home a trailer of peaches each year to sell in front of their house in Midway, 113 North Winter Street. Peaches are usually gone by noon, so get there early.
■ Doc Crow's Southern Smokehouse and Raw Bar, 127 West Main Street in Louisville, is thanking the Louisville Fire Department for its hard work saving Whiskey Row and Doc Crow's from the massive July 6 fire. On Aug. 31, Doc Crow's will give one free meal to the firefighters involved. Additionally, the restaurant welcomes others to dine the same day when 10 percent of all sales will be donated the Muscular Dystrophy Association in the name of LFD. For more information, visit Doccrows.com.
■ For September, Greentree Tea Room, 521 West ShortStreet, will serve carrot and ginger soup, apple-walnut scone, artichoke and swiss quiche, pineapple, Italian chicken salad and cucumber-shrimp tea sandwiches, chocolate-dipped apricots, cinnamon oatmeal cookies and bananas Foster Pettit. Reservations are required by calling (859) 455-9660.
■ For National Bourbon Heritage Month in September, Angel's Envy is again offering to plant a white oak tree (and fight the bourbon barrel shortage) for every photo of an Angel's Envy cocktail posted to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #AE4THETREES in September. Doesn't have to be anything fancy; neat will do.
Last year, Angel's Envy donated $10,000 to the Arbor Day Foundation to plant 2,500 white oaks in Pennsylvania on reclaimed mine land, the company said.
■ Chevy Chase Farmers' Market, open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the corner of Euclid and High, will have beef, pork, sausages, lamb and mutton, chicken, eggs and duck, heirloom and cherry tomatoes, beans, sweet corn, squash and zucchini, homemade breads, okra, peaches, melons, peppers and more.
■ Lexington Farmers' Market at Cheapside Park, 241 West Main Street, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, and at 348 Southland Drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, will have seasonal fruits and vegetables including tomatoes, sweet corn, peaches, watermelon, and beans, garlic, artisan breads and cheeses, fresh flowers, jams, coffee and food stands.
■ Bluegrass Farmers' Market, open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Hamburg Liquor Barn, 1837 Plaudit Place, and Azur, 3070 Lakecrest Circle, will have summer vegetables including local tomatoes, beans and sweet corn, local fruits including melons and apples.
■ Jessamine Growers Farmers' Market, behind City Hall at the corner of Main and Rice Streets in Wilmore from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, will have locally grown seasonal vegetables, honey, fresh herbs, eggs, cut flowers and perennials.