Seacoast Food Swap, October 19

logoJoin the October Food Swap on Sunday, October 19th at Blue Moon Evolution in Exeter, NH, to swap homegrown, handmade, or foraged edible delights with like-minded food lovers from the NH Seacoast region:

October Food Swap
Seacoast Food Swap
Blue Moon Evolution, Clifford Street, Exeter, NH
Sunday, October 19, 2014
2–4 pm

What: A food swap is part silent auction/part village marketplace/part fun-loving open house where your homemade creations (breads, preserves, special concoctions, canned goods, etc.) become your own personal currency for use in swapping with other participants. Bring an assortment of your homemade edible specialties (and even a few non-edibles, such as: lip balm, soaps, etc.) to exchange for other handcrafted delights. We will provide swapping cards, name tags, and organization for the event. You will be given the opportunity to offer trades in a silent-auction type format, and you will be free to choose which trades to accept for your products.

Who: We welcome everyone, as long as you bring something you made, grew, or foraged yourself. You must pre-register at the Eventbrite link to attend. Also, remember that there is a limited number of tickets, so if for some reason you cannot make it, let us know and we can adjust the guest list accordingly. If you plan to bring a family member or friend who will be participating, we ask that they register separately. Non-swapping guests are welcome to come and observe, but please be considerate of our space limitations.

Cost: To help cover supplies, tables, venue costs, etc., we are accepting donations at the event.

On the day of the swap, please bring your crafted goods and arrive promptly at the start time. The first half-hour of the event is dedicated to swapper sign-in and set-up, and we’ll begin swapping once everyone’s settled in. If you have any questions whatsoever, please send a private message or an email to seacoastfoodswap@gmail.com.

For more information: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/october-food-swap-tickets-13535305463

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