Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Danny Woo Children's Garden Fundraiser

What are you doing tonight at 6:30? If you don't have plans, and you care about local, sustainable, healthy food, I'd love it if you joined me and others at the Danny Woo Children's Garden fundraiser. The event will be a movie screening of the documentary FRESH, followed by a panel discussion among local urban agriculture activists. For those who are unfamiliar with the Danny Woo Children's Garden project, it is a garden in Seattle's International District, specifically for children. Last summer there were all sorts of cool, and free, garden programs for kids. They also have lots laying hens, which I find especially charming. Who doesn't love chickens?

Where: Grand Illusion Cinema (in Seattle's U-District) 1403 NE 50th St.
When: March 30th, 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Movie screening begins at 7pm
Price: $15

Discussion panelists:

  • Nate Moxley, Seattle P-Patch Garden Coordinator
  • Michelle Bates-Benetua, Lettuce Link Program Manager
  • Eddie Hill, Farms Program Manager at Seattle Tilth
  • Kate Kurtz (me), Alleycat Acres Program Manager

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