Everyone is invited to the inaugural Eat Where You Plant Your Feet Week, a week-long celebration of Northeast Florida’s local food culture!
MONDAY, MAY 7TH
Farm-to-Restaurant Symposium at Intuition Ale Works
11:00am – 12:00pm
A networking event for folks in the farm and food industry who are interested in learning about how to develop farm/ restaurant partnership programs. For more info visit:http://www.facebook.com/events/205574336226141/
TUESDAY, MAY 8TH
The Veggie Bin Community Social Supper at Intuition Ale Works
6:30pm – 9:00pm
A chance for local food enthusiasts to get together, build community, meet new friends and trade great local food ideas. The Veggie Bin will provide one local produce bin per table and Intuition Ale Works will provide beer for each guest. For more info visit: http://eatwhereyouplantyourfeet.com/2012/04/11/veggie-bin-potluck-2/
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9TH
Inaugural Wednesday food market at Riverside Market Antiques & Interiors
10:00am – 2:00pm
A weekly food market focused on locally-grown and produced food. This inaugural market will feature food by Corner Taco, The Veggie Bin, Alex’s Russian Baker, Tegan Farms, Karma Acres and more! For more info visit http://www.facebook.com/RiversideMarketAntiques
Calamondin canning class at Duval County Extension Office
9:00am – 12:00pm
Learn to make fresh calamondin preserves! Each participant will be given two jars to take home.
FRIDAY, MAY 11TH
Slow Food First Coast Slow Down at Intuition Ale Works
6:00pm – 9:00pm
A food fair of sorts that will feature local restaurants, farmers and artisans that take pride in sourcing their produce and ingredients locally. Tickets are $15 and include food samples and one Intuition Ale Works brew. All money from ticket sales goes directly to Slow Food First Coast. To purchase tickets and learn more about participants visit http://slowfoodfirstcoastslowdown.eventbrite.com/.
SATURDAY, MAY 12TH
How to prepare your Florida garden without irrigation or fertilization at Museum of Science and History
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Permaculture seminar free with museum admission!
Local foods potluck at Ananda Kula
6:30pm – 9:30pm
A free variety show and veggie potluck! Bring a veggie dish that includes at least one locally-sourced item. Everyone is welcome and there’s no need to register. Fore more information visit:http://www.ananda-kula.com/events/audio-ananda-and-eat-where-you-plant-your-feet-week-featuring-girls-rock-presents-soapbox