Local Flavor Community Potluck Picnic, June 25

Summer’s begun and the last Saturday of the month is here — time for Newbury’s monthly potluck and wood-fired pizza party, a celebration of locally grown, seasonal food!

Local Flavor Community Potluck Picnic & Earth Oven Bake
First Parish Church of Newbury, 20 High Road – Route 1A, Newbury, MA 01951
Saturday, June 25, 2011
5–7:30 p.m.

You are invited to bring a potluck dish using as many locally grown ingredients as possible from your garden, CSA, Farmers’ Market, farmstand or  local food artisan. Label your dish so we know what’s in it and who to thank. We’re also baking pizza in the earth oven so bring along your favorite toppings. Bring your beverage of choice: if it’s local brew and in a pitcher to share, even better. We will provide pitchers of refreshing local water.

We are aiming for a zero-waste event, so please bring your own “mess kits” – non-disposable plate, cup, utensils and cloth napkin. Leftover vegetable waste will be composted.

Come along, bring the family, your potluck dish, beverage of choice, “mess kit,” a blanket or chair for seating and musical instruments. We’re looking forward to a fun time for all.

This event is a sponsored by the First Parish Church of Newbury, Greater Newburyport CSA, New Eden Collaborative, Northshore Permaculture Meetup and Transition Newburyport.

For more information: www.transitionnewburyport.org

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