Slow Food Seattle Community Dinners is a new, member-driven program to cultivate connection and create meaningful conversation around the table.
Join Slow Food members Amy and Sean on Capitol Hill for our first convivial gathering and potluck! Special guest and zero-waste “ecopreneur” Stephanie Lentz will lead an inspiring conversation on how reducing waste can lead to a healthier food system, cleaner planet and stronger community.
Our evening will begin with a potluck to celebrate the arrival of spring! Please bring a dish, vegetarian if possible, and a beverage to share. Plates, utensils and glasses will be provided.
Special Guest: Stephanie Lentz
Stephanie is the founder of Scoop Marketplace, Seattle’s first zero waste grocery store. By sourcing local, package-free and bulk products, the market is eliminating the need for disposable packaging and significantly reducing our collective environmental impact. A former teacher and, now, a mother of two, Stephanie is motivated to create a healthier food system and heal the planet for all children.
A big, big thank you to Amy and Sean for generously opening up their home to host us!
A $5 tax-deductible donation made to Slow Food Seattle will reserve your place at the table.