Sunday, October 23, 2011

Growing Community - A Farm to Fork Dinner








The good folks from Shalom Farms are hosting a benefit dinner tomorrow night at Gallery 5. You may ask, what is Shalom Farms all about:


Begun in the fall of 2008, Shalom Farms is a nonprofit community farm project with the overarching goal of increasing food security in the Richmond region, particularly in low-income urban neighborhoods. A collaboration with many diverse and expert partners, the project is attaining its goal by: 1) providing fresh and healthy produce to underserved communities; 2) providing educational training to children and adults on growing food, nutrition, and food-based entrepreneurship; and 3) linking community groups to a wide range of food security resources and partners.


They are doing important work in Richmond, and I encourage you to come to the dinner 
and get involved in their cause.


Shalom Farms, Mezzanine Restaurant and Gallery5 Present:
Growing Community: A Farm to Fork Dinner

Come celebrate the Richmond farming community and Shalom Farms’ work to increase access to healthy 
produce in underserved communities in urban Richmond. 

Dinner will feature four courses prepared by Todd Johnson, Executive Chef and Co-Owner of Mezzanine Restaurant with produce from 5 of the area’s best farms.

Gallery5 will feature a pairing of 4 Virginia Wines and Micro Brews. 

This dinner will take place in the main gallery upstairs at Gallery5. 
Additional beverages will be available. 

Space is limited, so reserve your ticket now. Click here to buy tickets.



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