- Tuesday, July 24 – 3-10pm – Eat It To Save It – Bristol Bay Salmon Dinner with Chef Robin Leventhal. Open to all, Local 360, 2234 1st Avenue, Seattle. Reservations can be made at email@example.com or by calling 206.441.9360 - and are recommended as the event will sell out. Invite friends via the Facebook event too.
- Sunday, August 12 – Gothberg Farms tour and potluck with our friends to the North – Slow Food Skagit Valley. $5/person (covers the cost of facilities and staff to tour the farm). Invite friends via the Facebook event too.
- Saturday and Sunday, August 25-26, Port Susan Slow Food and Roots Music Festival
- Thursday, September 13 – 6-7:30pm – Slow Food Seattle Books: Tomatoland by Barry Estabrook. This event is free. Roy Street Coffee and Tea, 700 Broadway East, Seattle. Invite friends via the Facebook event too.
- Saturday, September 15 – Slow Food Day of Service. Stay tuned for more information.
- Sunday, September 30 – Tuesday, October 2 – Chefs Collaborative National Summit. Register here, limited capacity
- Sunday, October 7 – Breaking Bread, A Celebration of the Local Organic Grain Harvest. At Macrina Bakery SODO location. Free event. Sign up through Brown Paper Tickets http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/275570
- Thursday, November 8 – 6-7:30pm – Slow Food Seattle Books: tbd. This event is free. Roy Street Coffee and Tea, 700 Broadway East, Seattle.
- date pending – Annual Meeting and Potluck. Stay tuned for more information.
- date pending – 9-5pm – Time to Tin a Tuna! Jeremy Brown, fisherman and fish canner extraordinaire will lead a hands-on day of fish canning. Join us for a few hours or the whole day and learn everything you need to preserve your own delicious and nutritious, locally caught albacore tuna in to see us through until the 2013 fishing season. Location pending, Seattle. Flats of 12 half-pint jars of albacore will be sold to participants for Market Price.
- Thursday, January 13 – 6-7:30pm – Slow Food Seattle Books: tbd. This event is free. Roy Street Coffee and Tea, 700 Broadway East, Seattle.
Slow Food Community Dinners
In the spirit of building our local food community, we would like to encourage members to host their own “Slow” theme dinners at home. If you are interested in opening your home to other Slow Food Seattle members, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and give us details of the dinner you’d like to host. We will help spread the word among members but you handle the rest! After your dinner, we would love to know about it. Who knows, it may lead to the start of a beautiful friendship…