Friday October 12 Juice & A Movie Night with the Spork 7-9:30 pm @ Urban Rethink
An evening including a juicing talk, demo and sampling along with the screening of Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.
October 12-14 Southeast Women’s Herbal Conference @ Black Mountain, North Carolina
While most of us recognize that much wisdom and knowledge has been lost as we move towards modern medicine and institutional living, it’s often hard to find the resources to incorporate these ideas and practices into our lives. This weekend provides a deep cellular call towards the folkways that were passed on between generations: simple living, local plants and deep nourishment. More information here.
Friday October 12 Slow Down at Whisper Creek Farm 7-10pm @ Whisper Creek Farm at the Grande Lakes Resort
Grande Lakes is in the process of installing a fully-functioning farm and event space. At the farm’s first public unveiling, the Slow Food Orlando Community Garden Fund will be launched. The event promises a fresh, farm inspired dinner and cocktails, local farmer and Chef appearances, a silent auction, live music, and exciting atmosphere. Proceeds benefit the new fund, which allows Slow Food Orlando to support new and expanding community gardens in Central Florida. Tickets are $125 per person and $110 for Slow Food Members. Stay tuned to the website for more info.
Saturday October 13 Williams-Sonoma Artisans’ Market 12-4pm
The Artisans’ Market at Williams-Sonoma’s Winter Park location will showcase locally-made products. Taste, learn about, and purchase specialty foods directly from the local artisans at The Butcher’s Pantry, Lake Meadow Naturals, Big Wheel Provisions, P is for Pie Bake Shop, Emma’s Sweets, Cookies for Chloe and more at this fresh new in-store event.
Saturday October 13 Orlando Walk for Farm Animals 10am-2pm @ Mayor Carl Langford Park, 1808 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32803
The Walk for Farm Animals raises vital funds for Farm Sanctuary’s lifesaving work and brings together thousands of people to change hearts and minds about farm animals. Hear from special guest speakers Lee Sackett and Sophia Seeramlal. More info and registration here.
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