Join Greater Olympia Slow Food board members Christine Ciancetta and Treacy Kreger at the Downtown Olympia Farmer’s Market this summer for our Annual Market Demos on Sundays! Last two demonstrations will be August 16 and September 13.
If you would like to sign up to be a Slow Food Ambassador and help promote good, clean, fair food for all, please let us know your availability by contacting Rita at email@example.com
Slow Food Greater Olympia has hired a new intern for the summer. Welcome to the team, Rita Stevens!
Rita is an author of a food blog, served as an intern at Pigman’s Farm this past spring and will continue to work there throughout the summer in addition to serving in her new Slow Food role.
From Rita: “I can’t wait to start cooking!”
Facilitators: GRuB & Greater Olympia Slow Food
Where: Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB)
2016 Elliott Ave NW
Olympia, WA 98502
When: Tuesday, September 29th from 5:30-7:30PM
Come join Olympia Slow Food & Kitchen Garden Project Staff in the GRuB kitchen to share and learn about the wonders of preserving your harvest as you do your canning alongside others. We will use the hot water bath canning method as we preserve the abundance of fruits and vegetables together brought from your gardens or purchased locally. Come join us in the kitchen! No canning experience necessary.
When you sign up, please indicate if you are experienced, novice or brand new to canning. Please note what you can bring e.g. canner, jars and lids, seasonal fruits, peelers, knives, organic sugar, recipes suitable for hot water bath processing and produce. Participants will share the cost of these items.
*Free for GRuB program participants, $10 for Slow Food members & $15 for general public.
Register at Brown Paper Tickets – http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1888138