Pay-What-You-Can Community Feast

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Pay-What-You-Can Community Feast

Meet your neighbors. Feast together. Celebrate community.

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The Plant 192 Lorax Lane Pittsboro, NC 27312

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About this event

🍽️ You're invited to Pittsboro's first-ever Pay-What-You-Can Community Feast!

Join us on Sunday, October 16, at 5:00 pm for a Pay-What-You-Can Community Feast! Gather at The Plant under a fall sunset with friends new and old from the Chatham community. You'll enjoy amazing food, swap stories, and be a part of building beloved community. Plus, you'll get to practice the pay-what-you-can model — the core feature of The Quiltmaker Café, a new nonprofit, fast-casual restaurant coming to Pittsboro in Spring 2023.

We are requesting registrations to help us estimate attendance. To register, you may either select a free registration or register with a pay-what-you-can donation. Alternatively, you can make a pay-what-you-can contribution on the evening of the event. Net proceeds will benefit The Quiltmaker Café.

The meal will be served family-style and include kid-friendly options.

This event has been organized by a patchwork of incredible community partners, including:

and many more!

🎉 About The Quiltmaker Café

The Quiltmaker Café will be a nonprofit, fast-casual restaurant with a full menu, offering tasty meals and free-will pricing to guests. As a Pay-What-You-Can Café, we value:

  1. Pay-What-You-Can Pricing: Healthy, dignified dining will be available to everyone who walks in our door. Guests may choose to donate time, money or produce.
  2. Local, Seasonal Food: Part of honoring our guests involves purchasing and preparing healthy ingredients and supporting local farmers.
  3. A Seat For Everyone: Food has the power to bring people together. Our guests will be invited to dine with us privately at their own table or at a community table. Sharing a meal builds healthy communities, and healthy communities make a better world.
  4. Community: Healthy, prosperous communities support and celebrate every member. We envision a future in which love, acceptance, and collaboration exist between people of all races, faiths, and ways of living.