Events

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Our events aim to educate and celebrate what “good, clean, and fair” means in practice, within our local food system.

 

Our Signature Events

Slow Sips. Doesn’t that sound refreshing? That’s the purpose of these get togethers: to refresh and inspire our commitment to eating well and supporting locals. The chef will create a special dish and beverage option for the evening based on a local theme, in addition to the regular menu items. Then we’ll hear a bit about how and why they choose to use clean food and to work with local growers.  Slow Sips is an open invitation. No advanced tickets, no reservations, just an opportunity to meet and mingle with others who share the same passion for food. All Slow Sips are usually mid-week and start at 5:30 unless otherwise noted.

Seed to Soil Conference.  Join with a community of gardeners working to preserve our agricultural heritage and teach a love of gardening to all generations. Features a seed swap, demonstrations and information tables, several round table discussions and hands-on workshops.

Farm-A-Q. On-farm barbeque extravaganza! We have wild foraged foods, heritage breed chickens, ducks, pigs and beef, fish from our waters, fresh seasonal berries, and the first heirloom veggies of summer, all in the hands of our region’s most talented chefs. Fun for the whole family!

Heirloom Harvest Barn Dinner. Co-sponsored with Heirloom Harvest Project. A multi-course dinner led by Chef Evan Mallett of Black Trumpet Bistro. Participating Seacoast chefs each prepare one course highlighting Heirloom vegetables grown by Seacoast farmers.

25-Mile Thanksgiving Dinner. Celebrate Thanksgiving with the Slow Food Community. SFS provides heritage turkeys. Guests are requested to bring a potluck dish that contains at least one ingredient sourced within 25 miles of your home.

 

Slow Food Seacoast hosts events monthly, except in December.

Note: Special events may require an entrance fee, announced in advance.

Browse photos from our previous events on our Flickr page

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Kombucha Kreation: Urban Homesteader Workshop 4:00 PM
Kombucha Kreation: Urban Homesteader Workshop @ Acorn Kitchen
Aug 13 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Kombucha Kreation: Urban Homesteader Workshop @ Acorn Kitchen | Kittery | Maine | United States
Kombucha is a fermented beverage that contains probiotics and other important compunds to boost gut health. Learn the steps involved as well as important tips and tricks for creating the best tasting end product. You will need to bring your own glass jars for this workshop. Detailed information will be sent to registered participants. Helen Leavitt will be leading the
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Lacto-Fermentation for Better Health: Urban Homesteader Workshop 5:30 PM
Lacto-Fermentation for Better Health: Urban Homesteader Workshop @ Acorn Kitchen
Aug 25 @ 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Lacto-Fermentation for Better Health: Urban Homesteader Workshop @ Acorn Kitchen | Kittery | Maine | United States
Lacto-fermentation for Better Health is part of our Urban Homesteader Workshop Series for Summer 2017. Designed for the person who wishes to take advantage of fresh local food, Urban Homesteader Workshops teach you the skills you need to can, process, preserve and cook whatever is fresh from your garden, farmer or fisherman. Using the simple technique of lacto-fermentation, Alison Magill
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