Extraordinary Chocolate & Wine Tasting
Sunday, February 17, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
Camp Hill, PA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please join us for an extraordinary Chocolate and Wine Tasting to benefit Slow Food Harrisburg's upcoming annual author and film events.
March 16: For our 4th annual Author event we are excited to announce we have invited Diane Ott Whealy, the author of Gathering, Memoire of a Seed Saver. Diane is also co-founder of the internationally renowned Seed Savers Exchange, considered the world’s largest heirloom plant repository, helping to preserve Earth’s biodiversity.
April: For our 4th annual Film event to celebrate Earth Day, we are equally excited to screen as an east coast exclusive Deborah Garcia's Symphony of the Soil. Filmed on four continents, the film explores the complexity and mystery of soil; the protagonist of our planetary story. In 2004, Deborah produced The Future of Food, the first movie to explore GMO foods. She is also the widow of Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia.
We have the oppurtunity to bring two fabulous events to Harrisburg, but we need your help by attending a fun evening of enjoying food from the heart!
Our Chocolate and Wine Tasting on Sunday, February 17 features a selection of internationally and nationally awarded chocolate that Curtis has discovered and covered on his confectionery journalism assignments. These chocolates will be paired with appropriate wines selected by the LCB's renown wine expert, Kurt Heintzelman. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and chocolate martinis will also be served.
For additional information: call 395.3575 or email@example.com. Slow Food Harrisburg is a 501c3 tax exempt organization.
Please RSVP by February 15. Payment may also be paid by check at the door. If you choose this method of payment, you must also call and confirm your reservation. 717.395.3575 Lynn Vreeland
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Slow Food Harrisburg
Slow Food is part of a global movement that believes everyone has the right to good, clean, and fair food. Slow Food advocates for food and farming policy, which is good for the public, good for the planet, and good for farmers and workers. Globally, there are over 250,000 supporters in 150 countries. Slow Food Harrisburg is a 501c3 tax exempt organization.