The Capitol Hill Sustainable Food Systems Potluck will make camp north of the Cal Anderson Park fountain, and center around small group discussions covering “compost, urban farms, community kitchens, protecting the bees, fruit tree harvesting, food equity, and general community food resilience,” according to the Evite. Note takers will be floating around to jot down discussions, and though it won’t include a parade like Real Change’s Foolfest potluck some games are in store to keep you active.
The event precedes Saturday’s annual Seattle Bike-In from Northwest Film Forum.
Friday night, bocce ball and croquet will be on hand for the forecasted mid-70s, but somewhat cloudy day. The Evite says attendees will range from chicken wranglers to fruit tree gleaners, but “most importantly YOU!”
EcoDistrict and Sustainable Capitol Hill are eager to hear what is important to you about food on Capitol Hill. We will be facilitating small group discussion while we playing bocce ball and croquet. Topics may include compost, urban farms, community kitchens, protecting the bees, fruit tree harvesting, food equity, and general community food resilience. Note takers will be present to ensure discussions are captured.
Attendees will include residents, restaurant owners, business owners, urban farmers, urban eaters, gardeners, chicken wranglers, bee keepers, fruit tree gleaners, and most importantly YOU!
Plan to bring your favorite dish to share and join us just north of the fountain at Cal Anderson Park. Even if you don’t bring a potluck item join for the games and discussion.