We are so excited to be presenting two of the most inspiring people
we know at our next two Local Foods Dinners!!
The first one, on Saturday,
March 20, from 6 pm until 8:30 pm, features Steve
Tackett, a naturopathic student whose experiences with
conventional medecine led him to find his own very successful
alternative answers to healing, and is now working towards a
naturopathic degree. He discusses Reflexology, the body's ability to
heal through connections made at certain parts of the body. He is
also quite knowledgeable about many other alternative therapies, and can
discuss these, as well. Dinner will feature French Onion soup, a
hoophouse green salad, spinach or meat pie, and a rich bread pudding for
dessert! Cost is $10 each
The next dinner, on Saturday,
April 10, also from 6 pm until 8:30 pm., features
Peppermint Jim Crosby, with an amazing David and Goliath story of how he, his
sister, some friends and a whole community stood together while Greenstone
Farm Credit took their farm, and how they all rallied and got it back.
So often, we see ourselves as small - that we can't affect change, so
we don't try - but this story will change you!! Dinner is a locally
grown potato bar, French Onion soup, hoophouse green salad, and of course,
chocolate mint ice cream for dessert! Cost is $15 ea.
Dinners are always first come, first serve, and we try to cut it off at about
35 people - it gets crowded. If you'd like to attend, just email us
back or call at (810) 735-9192. I have attached a Word copy of both
flyers to this email.
We have really enjoyed putting on these Dinners - they are a great way to
display beautiful locally produced foods, as well as the power of sharing
ideas and building community. As they have been so popular, we are
hoping to continue them into the summer this year, but possibly
not until June.... To all of you who have attended in the past, we
thank you so much for being a part of it all, and to those who haven't made
it to a dinner just yet, keep us in mind for a truly unique and enjoyable
Have a wonderful Spring!!
Linda and Lee
Milling and Farm
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