Seacoast Community Eat-In, September 11

In place of their September potluck, Slow Food Seacoast invites you to join them at UNH for the second annual Slow Food UNH Community Eat-In on Sunday, September 11th at 4:30 p.m.:

2nd Annual Seacoast Community Eat-In
Slow Food UNH
UNH – Demeritt Hall, Durham, NH
Sunday, September 11, 2011
4:30 pm

Join UNH Slow Food on Sunday, September 11th at 4:30 pm for the 2nd annual Seacoast Community Eat-In. This event is free and open to the public and will be held on the UNH campus behind Demeritt Hall, just off Main Street in Durham. This is a potluck event — bring a favorite dish to share and include one local ingredient! If you’d like to bring a local watermelon, that’s great. Come with friends and family for this pleasant opportunity to enjoy the end of Summer. For any students looking for a place to prepare their meals, please let one of the officers know, and we’ll be sure to hook you up with the tools of the trade.

Let’s face it. We lead busy lives. Often we’re too busy to share a meal with friends and neighbors, much less take the time to meet new ones. The Seacoast Community Eat-In is an opportunity for the community to take a break collectively and enjoy the company of others over a homemade meal.

If you are unfamiliar with the UNH campus, check out this map The Eat-In will take place just behind Demeritt Hall, shown towards the center of the map. Parking is available along Main Street, next to Thompson Hall, and in various lots across campus. There is no charge for parking on Sundays.

Tables and chairs will be provided. While we will have garbage disposal available, we hope to make this a zero-waste event. You can help by bringing reusable dishes and silverware for yourself and your family! Additionally, we will have a limited number of compostable dishes and utensils, but reusable items are always preferable. Please note that this event will be held outside. Please plan to bring sweaters, jackets, or parkas as necessary.

Help us get the word out in your dorm, apartment building, or neighborhood. Invite your friends and neighbors to share your kitchen as well as your table!

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