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The 4th Annual Seedstock Sustainable Agriculture Conference: Innovation and the Rise of Local Food slated for Tuesday, November 3 (Farm Field Trip) and Wednesday, November 4(Conference Day) will explore the social, environmental and economic benefits arising from the confluence of agricultural innovation and escalating demand for locally grown food.
Through keynotes and panels, expert speakers will address the following topic areas:
* The current state of the local food marketplace from the diverse vantage points of the grower, distributor, retailer and institutional buyer;
* The impact of technology on supply chain models that have the potential to transform the food system into one that is more local;
* How hydroponic and indoor growers utilize sustainability, embrace innovative business models and push the limits of agricultural technology to expand the local food marketplace;
* Urban farming and its role in expanding local food access, benefiting community and growing local economies; And more!
(More details here: http://seedstockconference.com)
Date: Friday November 6, 2015 – 8:30AM to 4PM
How do you get kids to eat the fruit and veggies they’ve grown in the garden? Need ideas for recipes, age appropriate cooking activities, or food related books? You can use your existing school garden to enhance nutrition education for children and youth and promote the consumption of fruits and vegetables. Come to our GENE class to learn how. Activities are drawn from curricula for grades K-7, and are all available for free online. Participants will learn tools and strategies for involving children and youth in safe food handling and preparation in a garden, kitchen, or classroom. We will also explore how to plan for an edible harvest and touch on Garden to Cafeteria programs.
To sign up for a class, please click here.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Ring in the holiday season during the first annual Adams Avenue Spirit Stroll taking place from 2-5 pm on Small Business Saturday, November 28th, 2015. Sample holiday cocktails curated by 12 of Adams Avenue’s most talented bartenders from the area’s popular restaurants and bars. The holiday themed cocktails are offered inside 12 Adams Avenue retail locations, so you can sip while you shop the best of Adams Avenue.
For an $18 ticket you get to sample 12 unique cocktails created by Adams Avenue’s best mix masters.
IMPORTANT NOTE: After purchasing tickets online, print out the receipt or save it on your phone. On November 28th beginning at 1:30 pm, there will be a will call ticket booth located at Smitty’s Auto (3441 Adams Ave). Bring your receipt and/or a photo ID to claim your ticket. Your ticket will not be emailed to you. No sharing of tickets is allowed.
Cash is the only form of payment accepted for the $20 tickets the day of the event. There is an ATM across the street from the ticket booth. Ages 21 and up only. See Terms & Conditions.
Join us to see just how easy it is to make your own wine, at home or on site at Curds and Wine! We will go through all of the basic steps of making wine from kits, from start to bottle. This will be an interactive demonstration, you will have an opportunity to take part in winemaking steps hands-on. This demonstration will take about 2 hours, and then you can start your own wine!
Please RSVP for this demonstration
Looking for a special holiday gift? Bring your favorite winemaker-to-be and surprise them with a Holiday Special Winemaking Gift Certificate! Details at http://www.curdsandwine.com/blog/2015-holiday-special-wine-and-cider-making-gift-certificates/
WHAT IS A WALKABOUT?
The South Park Walkabout is a quarterly fun-filled evening festival that showcases all the unique and independent businesses within South Park. Enjoy complimentary treats, live entertainment and special offers.
WHERE IS THE WALKABOUT?
The Walkabout highlights both the south and north end of the South Park business district. The north end of our district starts at Kalmia and 30th St. and extends to the south end at Beech and 30th Street.
A few ways to get to South Park –
- Take 5 South to 94 East to the 28th Street exit. Turn right on 28th and then right on Beech Street
- Take 5 North to the Pershing Drive exit. Turn right on 26th Street. Head up the hill and make a left on A Street. Another left on 28th Street and a final right on Beech Street.
- Take 805 South or North to 94 West and exit on 28th Street. Turn right onto 28th Street and right onto Beech Street
The 30th Street and Beech Street corridor is the south end of South Park. If you turn left on 30th and head North toward Grape Street and Juniper Street you can easily access the north end of South Park. This stretch is roughly 10 blocks and totally walkable or bikeable for those who prefer, however please keep in mind it gets a little hilly when heading north.