Celebrate Earth Day with…Clay Hill Unplugged!
Slow Food Seacoast is very excited to be working with a new partner, Clay Hill Farm in Ogunquit, ME – you may know them for the Green Wedding Giveaway contest that was won by friend and frequent partner of Slow Food Seacoast, Jonathan Blakeslee and Joelle Guerard of White Heron Tea! Clay Hill Farm is taking steps into the sustainability movement and has planned a great Earth Day celebration called Clay Hill Unplugged. Slow Food Seacoast will be there!
Clay Hill Farm is on a 30-acre tree farm originally settled in 1780. It’s the only restaurant ever to be certified and congratulated by the National Wildlife Association as a wildlife habitat and bird sanctuary, and is a Maine Certified Environmental Leader. We’re excited that they’ve reached out to the Slow Food movement.
Hope to see you there! This should be a lovely weeknight out.
Lights out! Celebrate sustainability with a candlelit event featuring local music, local food and local resources
Date: Wednesday, April 22nd at Clay Hill Farm
Time: 5:30 pm
Tickets: $15 in advance/ $18 at the door
Hors d’oeuvres ~ acoustic music ~ tastings ~ charity raffle ~ networking and chats with local businesses, growers and earth-conscious folk.
Live Perfomances by:
Jonathan Blakeslee (the 2009 Green Wedding Giveaway contest groom-to-be WINNER!)
Adam Flaherty of the Sea Captains
Pat Keane Classical Guitar
Slow Food Seacoast ~ Michelle Moon
Strawbery Banke ~ John Forti
The Green Alliance ~ Sarah Brown
(We think there will be a greens tasting from Andy’s Greens and Smiling Hill farm cheese, too!)
EVENT SPONSORS: Bartram’s Beeswax Candles, Lori D Entertainment, Adam Flaherty Productions, Ovington Produce, Great Works Regional Land Trust, White Heron Tea, Carpe Diem Coffee, Center for Wildlife, Griffin-vites Watercolor Stationary, Haunted Milk Marketing, Purely Organic Lawncare,
Dixon’s Earth-friendly Golf Balls
Candlelight courtesy of Bartram’s Beeswax Candles
Logo by Haunted Milk Marketing & Design