Slow Food Rochester Teams with Rochester Brainery! Fall Harvest Potluck on November 8th!

Slow Food Rochester is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the Rochester Brainery!!

To kickoff the collaboration, we will be restarting our monthly potluck evenings, reviving our popular series Slow Food Evenings: Understanding and Changing our Food System. The first potluck will be on Friday, November 8th at 6:30pm at the Rochester Brainery in the VIllage Gate at 274 N. Goodman St., Suite B134. We will be celebrating the fall food bounty and engage in lively discussion. We will also be introducing new board members and engaging everyone in dialogue. If you want to become more active in Slow Food Rochester and help change our food system, its a great opportunity to meet people and get involved!

Space is limited, so you need to RSVP here for the Nov. 8th potluck (if this doesn’t work, please email slowrochester@gmail.com).

See here more information on the potluck event, its location, what to bring, etc.

Rochester Brainery offers fun, affordable, and accessible classes to the community and is an ideal partner for many Slow Food events. They offer many classes that should be of interest to Slow Food members, including more than five food-related classes in November. Check them out on the Rochester Brainery website.

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