Sign up to host a Dine-Around!

This October We Will Focus on
How Food Affects All Parts of Our Lives
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Sign up to host Saturday, October 21st

The theme for October’s Dine-Around is How Food Nourishes Your Mind, Body, and SoulFood is about nourishing your body and so much more. At this Dine-Around we will gather around the table to explore the stories that are inextricably tied to the way we experience food.

Hosting/Co-hosting is a great way to get involved with Slow Food Denver. By opening up your home to host a dinner you invite in not only meaningful conversations and connections, but also the spirit of Slow Food.

Sign up to host a Dine-Around!

Timeline:

Call for Hosts:
Now – Sept 5th

SFD Members & guests can sign up for dinners:
Sept 18th

Dinner: 
October 21st, 2017 in homes across Denver

What is a Dine – Around:

A Dine-Around is a fantastic opportunity to make slow connections and inspire conversation around making the food system good, clean, and fair for all. Hosts will work with Slow Food Denver to finalize an invitation, invite guests, and plan their evening.

Our partners, A Table in Time and (w)holehearted, have provided a framework that hosts can use to inspire engaging conversation during the dinners. Each host will be provided with questions and tips to guide their dinner. As a host, you choose how you would like to use this information – make the evening your own!

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