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Open House — Slow Salon: Cider and Hops
September 10, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree – $20
This event is postponed and rescheduled for Sunday, September 10.
Reason is the excessively high temperatures today at the location, predicted to be 103F at 5pm. Also air quality is poor because of the wildfires in the region.
We decided this was the responsible decision to make but apologize for any incovenience it causes.
Theme of the Summer 2017 Slow Salon: Cider and Hops, New Kids on the Block? Not Really.
Our Summer 2017 Open House, the Slow Food Russian River Slow Salon, on September 1, 2017, 5-7:30pm on a farm outside Sebastopol, is a convivial get-together for Slow Food members and supporters. Please bring a beverage, and a side dish or an appetizer or a dessert. Tickets are $10-20 to help cover the expenses of running the chapter. Children are free. Address will be emailed to ticket holders.
Meet at the Slow Salon other supporters of the Slow Food mission, and celebrate together the bounty of the Summer for good, clean and fair food, for all.
Hear from Slow Food Leaders about upcoming events and ongoing projects and see how you can plug in. Learn about interesting activities from partner organizations. Ask your questions and provide your ideas for projects and events the chapter may take on.
To become a Slow Food member click here. To check your membership status click on the link “update subscription preferences” at the bottom of the latest email message you received from Slow Food Russian River
This event bring together cider and hops and is hosted by Francis Hourigan and Mike Stevenson, owners of Warm Spring Wind Hop Farm. See this article in the Press Democrat. Mike will give a tour of their farm. He is the founder of the NorCal Hop Growers Alliance.
Ryan Johnston, orchardist & cidermaker of Ethic Ciders, will pour samples of their cider and talk about this new cidery founded by Ned and Michelle Lawton.
Details to follow