Food Love Project Potluck & Volunteer Appreciation Celebration – August 18
Join Sierra Harvest for another great farm potluck AND our Volunteer Appreciation Celebration at the Food Love Project on August 18 with live bluegrass music by the Folk Varmits!
The Food Love Project is our primary educational farm, where we host over 1,700 visits every year for school children to learn about the joys of growing and eating fresh food. Come explore the summer row crops, the living green teepee, mobile chicken coop, worm bins, medicinal herbs and more! And for our special Volunteer Appreciation Celebration, we’ll be grilling up fresh farm vegetables and honoring our amazing team of volunteers, and sharing how YOU can get involved to help Sierra Harvest grow and flourish in our community.
You won’t want to miss this potluck! Join us at 5:30 for a farm tour with Farmer Maggie McProud, and potluck starts at 6pm. Volunteer appreciation program begins at 6:30pm. Special thanks to Flour Garden Bakery for their donation of a delicious cake!
What to bring:
Utensils, a plate and cup for yourself/selves
A bountiful dish to share,( its nice to label key ingredients for those with allergies)
A blanket to sit on
A healthy appetite
There is NO CHARGE and NO RSVP needed. Thank you!
For more information, please call 265-2343.
Directions to The Food Love Project:
The Food Love Project is located at 16200 Lake Vera Road in Nevada City. From Nevada City, take N Bloomfield Road from Hwy 49, and turn left on Lake Vera Rd. Look for the Burton Homestead on the left hand side and tipis, right before Excelsior Ditch Rd.
More info about the Folk Varmits:
Categories and labels are boundaries and limits – forget all that. We have a bass player who plucks a cello, a pianist who sings her blues and southern lullabies, a banjo player who works the old claw hammer style, and a powerful lead female vocalist who sometimes strums the yuke, sometimes pipes the harmonica. We play what makes our hearts sing, be ’em old country covers, modern rock and folk, original material and whatever else we dig. In the words of Willie Nelson, “The life I love is making music with my friends” so lets make some music.