Slow Food members and friends are invited to our 2019 Annual Meeting and Potluck on Sunday, November 3rd at the Montlake Community Center. This year our featured guest speaker is local fisherman and Slow Fish leader Kevin Scribner.
Before the meeting, we will sit down together for a potluck. November is Thank a Farmer Month so we are encouraging everyone to bring a dish featuring local produce and ingredients. Consider bringing a tag with a short description of your dish including the local ingredients you used.
To reduce our carbon footprint, please bring your own non-disposable plates, cups and utensils. We will supply water, coffee and tea.
* Farmers markets open in November: Ballard, Capitol Hill, Pike Place, University District, Vashon Island, and West Seattle.
* Farmers Markets open until a week or so before our event: Burien, Federal Way, Kent East Hill, and Redmond.
We are so pleased to announce Kevin Scribner as our featured speaker. Kevin is a leader of the national Slow Fish USA movement and serves on the Slow Food USA Policy Steering Committee and the Slow Food Equity, Inclusion and Justice (EIJ) Working Group. Kevin also serves on the Policy Council of the Marine Fish Conservation Network, and works with Salmon-Safe: a third-party certifier of fish-supporting land management practices. Kevin represents Salmon-Safe on the Columbia Basin Partnership Task Force, serving alongside representatives from many Pacific Northwest Tribes and stakeholders from river-dependent communities.