Come on down to the Exeter Winter Farmers’ Market on March 16 for a special day of fun activities just for families! Visit the farmers’ market to learn more about fresh food produced right here in New Hampshire. Activities teach children about local food, balanced nutrition, and provide fun recipes to make at home. Parents can also learn about the many products available all year round and the ability to use SNAP (food stamps) and Debit cards at the market!10:00am – 2:00pm
– Kids Farmers’ Market Scavenger Hunt
- Mystery Vegetable Game
- Wool Spinning Demonstrations
- Other fun and educational games and activities
- Lots of tasty local food to buy and enjoy!
This event is a collaborative effort between Seacoast Eat Local, Slow Food Seacoast, and Cooking Matters, a program of Share Our Strength. Free and open to the public. Come and have some fun with us!
This class is full! If you wish to be on a waiting list in the case of cancellation, please email the address below.
Sharpen your skills and improve your confidence with a 3-hour hands-on bread-making class on Sunday, June 5, from 2 to 5 pm. Paula Marcoux, Edible South Shore magazine’s food editor and a food and beer historian, will teach participants
How to tackle the basics of natural leavening and store-bought yeast
How to make home-baked bread work on YOUR schedule
DIRECTIONS: Stoodley’s Tavern is part of Strawbery Banke Museum. (Directions to Strawbery Banke are available on the museum’s website.) Please park in the Strawbery Banke Main Visitor Parking Lot at 14 Hancock Street (or along Hancock Street itself). From the parking lot, cross the street diagonally and to right to “Stoodley’s Tavern Education Center” at 17 Hancock Street. Jiggle the latch of the old front door until it opens! We will meet in the room to the left after you enter the front door.
COST: $25/person ($20 for Slow Food USA members)
SPACE IS LIMITED for this class, and preregistration is required. Please send an e-mail to Slow Food Seacoast with “I want to bake bread!” in the subject line. This class is full! If you wish to be on a waiting list in the case of cancellation, please email the address above.
Celebrate maple season with a Localvore Brunch and Heirloom Seed Plant-In! Slow Food Seacoast is partnering with the Tidewater Waldorf School to bring you a delicious truly local meal and activities for all ages.
The meal will feature pancakes, maple syrup, eggs, sausage, yogurt and apple compote—all grown, raised, and produced in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. (Fair-trade coffee and tea also will be served.)
EVENT: Localvore Brunch and Heirloom Seed Plant-In DATE: Sunday, April 3, 2011 TIME: 11 am–2 pm PLACE: Kittery Lions Club, 17 State Road, Kittery, ME COST: $12/adult (Slow Food USA members $10); $5/child under 12
Tapping maple trees at Tidewater Waldorf School
Volunteers are needed on the day of the event! If you are interested and available during any of the following times, please send us an e-mail with “I want to volunteer” in the subject line. Tell us when you’re available to help, and include your phone number and the best time to contact you. Thanks!
10:00am–11:00 am: Set up tables and chairs; prep food 11:00 am–12:30 pm: Cook and serve food 12:30 pm – 2:00pm: Cook and serve food 2:00pm –3:00 pm: Clean up kitchen and hall