Celebrate Local with Slow Food

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Save the Date: Slow Food Social, August 16th!

Enjoy small bites and drinks from Ad Hominem while meeting with new friends and supporting Slow Food. Hear from Chris Martinez, Executive Chef of Ad Hominem and Clint Buckner from Buckner Family Ranch. They will speak and answer questions about sourcing locally in Colorado, partnering with Colorado purveyors and Colorado agriculture!

When: Thursday August 16, 6:00-7:30PM
Where: Ad Hominem, 43 W 9th Ave, Denver, CO 80204

This event is free and open to the public!
A portion of sales will go to support Slow Food Denver’s
Cooking From the Garden After-School Enrichment Program.

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Pad Thai + Beer to support School Gardens

Slow Food Denver has partnered with Aloy Modern Thai in Denver andBoulder for the entire month of August! All funds raised will go to support ourCooking from the Garden After-School Enrichment Program, which partners with local schools to teach students about where their food comes from, the joy of cooking, the importance of food choices and the pleasure of sharing with friends and family.

For every PAD THAI + BEER purchased in August, Aloy Modern Thai will donate $1 to Slow Food Denver!

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Announcing the Celebrate Local Campaign! 

The Celebrate Local Campaign is Slow Food Denver’s annual fundraiser throughout the month of September to celebrate Colorado growers, producers and food purveyors while raising money to support Slow Food Denver.

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     Celebrate Local Dinner at Citizen Rail
   
          When: September 17th, 6:30PM
          WhereCitizen Rail
          What: $75 three course meal & drinks, tax and tip included!

 

 

The Kitchen Denver

     Celebrate Local Social at The Kitchen Denver
   
          When: September 17th, 3:00 – 6:00PM
          Where: The Kitchen Denver
          What: $5 Happy Hour Food Specials from the new menu, $5 Select Cocktails, Wine & Draft Beers
     RSVP here! This event is free

 

Stay tuned – More Celebrate Local Events to be announced! 

Other Local Events:

 One Hundred Years More: Sustainability & Thought Leadership Symposium 2f1ef641-2b7d-4cc7-b2bd-19cb81695b01
 August 15th-16th, Denver
Gather with innovators, leaders, suppliers, chefs, policymakers, and ambassadors of sustainability for two days of  knowledge-filled discussions, exhibits and demonstrations. . This event is free to register!

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