Ten years in, we feel it is time for diving deep and re-visioning the movement: What do we want the local food movement to look like? How can Slow Food best support this? What do we want Slow Food to offer as an organization? What do you want Slow Food to do - for the community and for its members?
We have questions, and we want to hear answers from you: farmers, fishers, chefs, home cooks, eaters, jam makers, pie bakers, beer brewers, educators, organizers. Slow Food member or not – if you are interested in continuing to build a strong movement that promotes and delivers Good, Clean, and Fair food for all, please join us for this day.
Let us know you are coming (so we can have enough chairs and food). We will post a registration form to our website asap - stay tuned!
Please pass this invitation on to others who might be interested.
Anne Stieger, professional facilitator, will be guiding us through a session where we will share inspiring experiences, envision a strong future for the movement, and create an action plan to get there.You can learn more about Anne & her work here.
When & Where?April 2, 10–4 pmBishop Hall10032 Highway #1 (just off Hwy 101, Exit 11)Greenwich, NS B4P 2R2(Annapolis Valley)
FoodSlow Food board members will be providing a yummy Slow lunch, and we encourage all guests to bring a little something to share. If you want to turn this into a Valley weekend, get in touch for hotel and billeting options.
Allergies & Dietary NeedsWe will do our best to accommodate dietary needs if you specify in the registration form.
We hope to see you there!The Directors of Slow Food Mainland South & Slow Food Youth Convivia in Nova Scotia: Dave Adler, Leo Christakos, Stacy Corkum, Duncan Ebata, Sean Gallagher, Michael Howell, Doug Linzey, Teresa Rooney, Av Singh, Lucia Stephen, Sheila Stevenson, Anne Stieger, Chris Velden, Scott Whitelaw