Portland cheesemaking class, Feb 27 and 28

More via Slow Food Portland: Due to some last-minute cancellations, Appleton Creamery (Appleton, ME) still has space left in the 2-day Home Cheesemaking workshop, February 27 and 28. Visit the Appleton Creamery website for details and fees.

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Portland-area events: Rob Shetterly, The End of Suburbia, Bill McKibben

News from Slow Food Portland: February 18: Rob Shetterly, Maine artist of the famous “Americans Who Tell the Truth” series, will speak about what it means to stand up and take action at important moments in history, like today.  After a reception of local food, he will lead a community discussion about what needs to happen in our communities, and

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Art & Dine at Haley Gallery

All you culturally curious eaters will want to know about a new series at Halley Gallery titled Art & Dine. Each themed event will include a sit-down dinner as well a presentation and discussion. Take a dinner-table trip to Iran on March 19th, as the gallery celebrates  the Spring Equinox and Persian New Year (No Rouz). Guests will sample Persian food, view Rick

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Volunteers Wanted for Winter Farmer’s Markets!

From our friends at Seacoast Eat Local comes the following request. We hope you can take part! *** The Portsmouth Farmers’ Market is open through November 7 and the Kennebunk Market will be open through November 14, and indoor winter farmers’ markets are coming soon! Seacoast Eat Local has organized a total of 11 winter farmers’ markets for the 2009-10

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Become a Master …

… of food preservation! Applications are now being accepted for the 2009 UMaine Cooperative Extension Master Food Preserver training. To obtain a Master Food Preserver training applications, contact Lois Elwell at lelwell@umext.maine.edu or 1-800-287-1471. The deadline for applications for the 2009 Master Food Preserver training is May 1, 2009.

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