Spring Community Eat-In, May 5

Slow Food UNH, in collaboration with Slow Food Seacoast, is ending the school year with an inaugural Spring Community Eat-in on Saturday, May 5th, from 4:30 to 6:30pm at the UNH Organic Garden Club in Durham, NH:

Spring Community Eat-In
Slow Food UNH
UNH Organic Garden Club, 10 Spinney Lane, Durham, NH
Saturday, May 5, 2012
4:30 – 6:30pm

Slow Food UNH is dedicated to preserving and revitalizing food culture throughout the campus community through education, outreach, and CELEBRATION!

So….LET’s CELEBRATE the preservation of our beautiful productive landscape, the start of a new growing season, a strong …community, and all of the incredible strides that the Organic Gardening Club and Slow Food UNH are making.

After starting the year with an awesome fall edition of the Seacoast Community Eat-in, we’d love to end the year with one, as well.

On May 5th starting at 4:30pm, we will have our inaugural Spring Community Eat-in at the Organic Gardening Club. It’s a beautiful spot on the west edge of campus near to Route 4.

Given that it’s a potluck-style gathering, bring a dish, some local products if you could, no biggie if not. There ought to be no shortage of food and plenty of smiles.

For students: the weekend connector can deliver you to Mast Lot, very near to the OGC.

For community members: take Main Street to Mast Rd, turn in toward the white picket fences, left on Spinney Lane, and the OGC will be visible to the left. You can see the garden as it lies in the field north of Main Street.

We’d love for all of you to join us for a wonderful afternoon of food and friends!

For more information: www.facebook.com/events/226616697444831

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