Join us for our Annual Slow Food Seattle Annual Meeting & Potluck on Sunday, April 1, 2012

Slow Food Seattle Membership Meeting & Potluck

MEET fellow Slow Food Seattle members, LEARN about the Seattle chapter, SHARE your potluck dish and GET INSPIRED about what is going on and coming up! We’ll share some wonderful food, introduce our current board members and the slate of new candidates, as well as take some time to chat about the different programs and areas that Slow Food Seattle is currently working on in the our community.

Please register for this FREE event: RSVP by Saturday, March 31st via Brown Paper Tickets
Please register for this FREE event

 

 

- Potluck lunch and welcome
- Slow Food Seattle chapter updates
- Announcement of new SFS board member nominees and voting by members
- Round table discussions

Bring a dish and bring the family!

Please bring a potluck dish (any course you prefer) and a non-alcoholic beverage to share. This meeting is FREE and open to all Slow Food Seattle members, supporters, and their families.

Dishes should be ready to serve and include serving utensils. Bring your own plates, flatware and glasses, etc. We’ll provide cards for you to label your dish with its name & yours. Please note any dietary information that may be helpful to fellow members.

Spread the word, the annual meeting and potluck is open to all, you do not need to be a member to attend.

In an effort to keep the potluck as low-impact as possible, plan to bring your own dishes and flatware.

Event Info:

DATE: Sunday, April 1, 2012
TIME:
2:00 to 4:00 PM
LOCATION:
Montlake Community Center | 1618 E Calhoun St, Seattle, 98112
RSVP: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/235202
Free Parking | Directions

Questions? Contact us at info@slowfoodseattle.org. We look forward to seeing you!

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About Jennifer Johnson

Wander(lust) whenever possible, seek out all things delicious, foraging obsessed, write every now & then. Eat. Drink. Repeat. Fresh to East Coast via Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Dig evangelizing for local food communities, chefs, farms, producers, and basically anything that brings people together - in the kitchen or around the table – to share a meal and good conversation. Prior to switching coasts, I worked in non-profit film & music orgs and co-chaired the Seattle chapter of Slow Food. My roots are in Minnesota where I swam in a good share of it's 10,000 lakes, spent humid summer nights catching fireflies, and raised Nubian goats and a clan of other creatures on a small family farm as a wee lass.

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