Date: Sunday, May 16th
Time: 11:30am – 2:00pm
Location: Eiler’s Park (Deep Eddy)
Want to eat some good grub and meet the Slow Food Austin board?
We have an annual general membership meeting to launch our volunteer board into action for the coming year. Come enjoy a delectable potluck and say Hi to the board as well as other Slow Foodies.
Bring a dish to share and please provide your own plate & utensils (we’ll have back-ups- we’re just trying to make the event low impact). In addition to beverages, fun conversation, and some educational activities about Slow Food, we’ll have a few fun awards to hand out such as the most local dish, the simplest slow dish, the funniest named dish, etc.
Enjoy a beautiful afternoon with friends, food, and fun. We’ll be meeting and eating at Eiler’s Park (Deep Eddy), so if you are inclined to take a brisk swim wear your suit- it costs about $3 to swim.
Contact Sara Weber, Slow Food Austin President, for more info.
Join Slow Food Austin, Resolution Gardens and The South Austin Food Co-op for a local pot-luck feast, Saturday April 17th, 6-9 pm at Marigold, 2200 S. Lamar.
Bring a dish to share made with ingredients from a local grocer or farmer, your neighbor, or your own backyard! We’ll have fabulous door prizes from local businesses, live music and a chance to share the local food love. A special prize will be awarded for the “most local” dish. This event will be outdoors, weather permitting. RSVPs appreciated but not required – email@example.com
More info @ www.resolutiongardens.com
Thursday, December 3
6:30pm – 10:30pm
Join Slow Food Austin and the Austin Permaculture Guild at the Barr Mansion, for a community potluck celebrating local food, and a presentation about Citizen Gardener, one of the best things to happen to Austin gardeners in a long time.
Got a dish for 6-8 that you’re proud of? Make it with local ingredients? Consider it your ticket to this potluck in the glass barn behind the Barr Mansion, a beautiful landmark event destination.
During the evening Austin Permaculture Guild will launch its latest class of certified permaculture graduates, and APG director Dick Pierce will present a slideshow about Citizen Gardener, a how-to-garden-in-Austin program.
For directions to Barr Mansion, visit www.barrmansion.com