Slow Food Denver Happy Hour

Celebrate Earth Day with Slow Food Denver!

Join us on Thursday, April 20th from 5-7PM at Blueprint Bar for happy hour as anSnail_globe-logo early Earth Day celebration and fundraiser for Slow Food Denver!

Grab a glass of wine or a snack to nosh on while you reconnect and meet new friends in the Slow Food Community. This will also be a kick of the Slow Food Denver’s DIY Book Club. We will showcase 12 books you’ll love to read and hopefully inspire you to start your own food-centric book club or incorporate into your existing book club.

Please RSVP so we know how many people to anticipate, we look forward to seeing you there!

 

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