Slow Food Skidmore Dinner

What: Slow Food Skidmore Dinner
When: Tuesday, December 4th
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: 2nd Floor, Murray Aikins Dining Hall, Rooms 1 and 2
Menu: TBD (local food options)
Tickets: $25 per person, please purchase at Brown Paper Tickets
Brought to you by: Slow Food Saratoga, Sustainable Skidmore, the Environmental Studies Program at Skidmore College, and Dining Services at Skidmore College
Contact: Karin Obaid, Slow Food Saratoga Intern,, 952-412-1645

Join us for a Slow Food event that will bring local Saratoga food lovers, farmers, chefs, and Skidmore students together to join in celebrating our community and our relationship to food. The hope is that we can come together and build relationships around growing, cooking, buying, and eating food that will benefit our personal and community health and sustainability. Guests of honor will be guiding dinner conversation in attempt to learn more from those around us about the benefits of slow food and how we are and can be involved in the process. So, if you are looking for an event of good food, passionate people, and engaging conversation, we hope that you can make it out to the Slow Food Skidmore Dinner upstairs in the Skidmore Dining hall at 6:30 on Tuesday, December 4!

Categories Local Causes, Previous Events | Tags: , | Posted on November 8, 2012

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