Peek at the Week: events on the calendar April 27 through May 3

exetersignWe keep a really comprehensive calendar of everything related to local food that’s happening (that we know about). Here’s some highlights from the upcoming week!

April 30: York County Local Foods Networking Potluck Dinner 

The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture
The New School, 38 York St, Kennebunk, ME
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 6:30 – 8pm

You’re invited to a Community Potluck to come together with others in York County to organize around local food. During the Community Potluck we hope that you will bring food and share a healthy meal, make connections with people who have an interest in local food, find and share opportunities to get involved in food projects in York County, create and support new community based food projects

Topics for discussion include: Homesteading, Permaculture, Sustainable Farming, Restaurants – Going Out and Going Local, Food Cooperatives, Farmers Markets, Community Gardens, School Garden Coordination, Food Councils, Food Security/ Food Access, existing groups and food projects

Bring the whole family! There will be a safe space for kids. Youth activities will coordinated by teen-aged volunteers. This is the first of regular networking events sponsored by Cooperative Fermentation, a community-based project working to create cooperatives in the food system.

FMI: http://www.meetup.com/portlandpermaculture/events/177275052/

May 1: Opening Day of the Exeter Farmers Market!

Thursdays, 2:15pm to 6:00pm
Swazey Parkway
Market Map (which vendors will be where when!)
SNAP/EBT welcome through Seacoast Eat Local

May 3: Opening Day of the Portsmouth Farmers Market!

Saturdays, 8am to 1pm
City Hall, 1 Junkins Ave
Market Map (which vendors will be where when!)
SNAP/EBT welcome through Seacoast Eat Local

Lots more events on the full calendar!

 

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