PechaKucha Night Portsmouth #9: Everybody Eats

Seacoast Eat Local is looking forward to participating in PechaKucha Night Portsmouth #9: Everybody Eats on Thursday, December 8th, in what promises to be a memorable evening:

PechaKucha Night Portsmouth #9: Everybody Eats
STREET, 801 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Doors open at 6pm, Presentations begin at 7pm
Free and open to the public

Come kick off the holiday season and join us for PechaKucha Night Portsmouth #9: Everybody Eats! At this free event, eight local presenters will add their own unique flavor to the discussion on the table, each sharing their own unique vision and interpretation of food in the PechaKucha presentation style — 20 Powerpoint slides, 20 seconds per slide. Enjoy great food, presentations, and chit-chat. We’ve assembled another wonderful group of presenters:

– Erik Anderson, President of NH Commercial Fishermen’s Association and active fisherman
– Tricia Coastes, Ceramic Artist
– Jess Fechtor, Food Blogger
– Karrah Kwasnik, Photographer
– Evan Mallett, Chef/Owner of Black Trumpet
– Sara Zoe Patterson, Coordinator of Seacoast Eat Local
– Lise Stern, Editor of Taste of the Seacoast
– Jesse Stevens, President/Founder of Sacred Foods with Kath Gallant, Owner of Blue Moon Cafe

PechaKucha (Japanese for the sound of chit chat) has tapped into a demand for a forum in which creative work and ideas can be easily and informally shown. This concept has grown into global demand – without any pushing– as PechaKucha Night has spread virally to hundreds of cities across the world.

We are thrill to have partnered with STREET for this food centric PechaKucha Portsmouth where they have constructed a PK menu and drink just for us. As always, PK Night #9: Everybody Eats beings at 7pm with eight presenters and a break in the middle. STREET will be serving from a special menu just for us, so join us for this wonderful evening of food and conversation. The more the merrier, share this with your friends.

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