Food Justice Workshop February 28, 2021
Hi, we're happy that you're interested in joining a Kitchen Commons monthly Food Justice Workshop.
The event is free, however, only 15 "seats" are available. If your household of two or more are participating via one zoom call, that counts as one seat. All are welcome. However, priority seating will be given to the participants who reside in the Coalition of Northeast Neighborhoods in Northeast Portland.
You will have to provide your own kitchen space, ingredients, cooking ware.
To signup, please provide your contact info and we'll email you a zoom link for the workshop. If you want tech support with getting connected, let us know in the question below.
If you have attended a workshop before, welcome back! We are changing the questions a bit for each month, so please make sure to read and answer every question.
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Your first and last name, preferred name in quotes.
How did you hear about the workshop?
Mother & Child Education Center
Hollywood Senior Center
What are you hoping to get out of the workshop?
How often do you bake?
weekly / monthly
once in a blue moon
What is your favorite food to eat or bake for February or cold days?
If you would you like help with getting connected prior to the workshop, please leave your phone number. We will call you the day before and 20 minutes prior on workshop day.
This workshop was made possible by a grant from the Central Northeast Neighborhood Coalition and community partners, donors, volunteers. Check here if you would like to get involved.
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Donations of money to Kitchen Commons are always welcome
Any questions or anything else you'd like to share?
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