Slow Food OC Annual Meeting with Talk on Edible Organic Gardening in Small Spaces
Sunday, June 9, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
Members and non-members of Slow Food welcome to join us.
Join us for an annual update on Slow Food Orange County, a talk by one of our Orange County Master Gardeners, Rebecca Chadwick, on Edible Gardening in Small Spaces and in Containers. Talk will be followed by a shared meal featuring a potluck of dishes prepared by all of us. Come meet members of the SFOC Steering Committee, ask questions, and find out how you can become more involved.All guests are encouraged to bring a savory or sweet potluck dish to share. Beverages of ice tea and water will be provided. To encourage sustainability please bring your own plate and cutlery.About Orange County Master Gardeners: their number one priority is to provide residents of Orange County with up-to-date, practical and sound gardening advice that they can use. Each master gardener has graduated from a UC Cooperative Extension master gardening program.
About the Duck Club: the Audubon House previously served as the old bunk house for the two hunting clubs, the Duck Club was used as a gathering place for the hunters. They would build a roaring fire in the fireplace and share stories over dinner. The next day they would head out early in the morning to hunt. It is now provided as a meeting facility for non-profit organizations.
When & Where
Slow Food Orange County
Slow Food is an international member-supported non-profit organization. Its aim is to spread food culture, to develop sensory and taste education, to protect biodiversity and to promote quality in food, the environment and social life. Slow Food wants good, clean and fair food to be accessible to, and appreciated by, all.
Slow Food Orange County is a local chapter of Slow Food U.S.A. which works to carry out the Slow Food mission on a local level. The Orange County convivium is a member-supported organization made up of a diverse group of food enthusiasts.
Members include home and professional chefs, growers, wine connoisseurs, and lots of ordinary people who enjoy cooking and eating good quality food and wines. Please join or contact us for more information about our programs and initiatives.