A Spring Dinner Feast & Fundraiser | Saturday april 25th
Join us for a Spring Feast and Fundraiser
Saturday, April 25th 6pm to 9pm
Stinson Beach Community Center
Join us to celebrate our first community gathering, Field to Body with a night of words, music, and food. In honor of our month long gathering we are creating A Spring Feast including a beautiful dinner featuring local meat and produce prepared by Chef Tina Dang, pastries by Annie Callan former chef at Zuni, now at Camino, a keynote talk from Dr. Daphne Miller, author of the highly-praised book Farmacology, and a musical performance by local artist and musician, Emily Ritz of Yesway. Flowers by NorthSouthEastWest & Caty Woodstrom and chocolate by Guittard.
Marin French Cheese Company Brie with Dates, Mandarins
and Brickmaiden Bakery Crackers
Marin Sun Farms Grilled Lamb Kebabs
marinated with local meyer lemons and dill seed
Green Garlic Tzatziki
with garden mint and apple
Warm Potato & Gospel Flats Farm Artichoke and Farm Egg Salad
sorrel & dill vinaigrette, spring onion
Fragrant Basmati Rice
cooked with currants tossed, sweetened onions cooked in tumeric
Rancho Gordo Chickpea and Carrots
tossed with an epazote and nettle pesto
Parkside Bakery Bread with McEvoy Ranch Olive Oil
Star Route Farms Little Gem Lettuce Salad
pickled radishes, chives, tarragon, champagne vinaigrette.
strawberries, sweetened whipped cream
Guittard Chocolate Brownies
Revival 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon
Sean Thackery Pleiades Red Table Wine
Leaves of Grass Tea by Leaves & Flowers
Also partake in a raffle of great items including:
Tickets to both workshops held on the Little Mesa on May 2nd:
Traveling Miles Studio Cochineal Dying Workshop and Backstrap Weaving with Travis Meinolf.
An Edition Local library of hand-signed books from Leonard Koren, Betty Goerke
Prince Andrew Romanoff, Sym Van Der Ryn, Judith Larner.
Ticket to Tea Tasting and Afternoon Tea with Leaves & Flowers at
Saltwater + The Depot in Inverness on Sunday, April 26th.
A selection of jewelry from designer Marion McKee.
A handmade cutting board and board butter from Gwen Gunheim of Hendley Hardgoods.
All proceeds from our Spring Feast will help Edition Local Community Guild with our first quarterly publication, future programming, community gatherings, and advocacy on behalf of craftspeople, small businesses and cottage industry in rural, suburban and inner city communities. Build resilient communities by supporting local economies.
Space is limited so get your tickets today!
Edition Local Community Guild is a 501(c)3 non-profit fiscally sponsored by MarinLink.
FIELD to BODY: A Community Gathering is made possible by a grant from Marin Community Foundation’s New Ground Fund.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
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