Tuesday, December 10, 2019 marks 30 years of Slow Food! We call our birthday Terra Madre Day and this year it’s very special
Thirty years have passed since the weekend in December 1989 when delegates from 15 countries met in Paris to sign the Slow Food Manifesto. (An updated version here) This moment formalized the birth of the international Slow Food movement, until then solely Italian. Today the Slow Food flag flies in 160 countries around the world and the movement embraces over a million members, volunteers and activists. (More…)
Join us to celebrate this milestone, as well as Terra Madre Day, on December 10th at the Golden State Cider Taproom in the Barlow.
Enjoy cider, Slow Food stories, and pizza from the Snail of Approval food truck Red Horse. And of course, don’t forget to spread the holiday cheer by bringing your own batch for our annual cookie swap. We will also be honoring our SFRR leaders, past and present, who have made an impact on the Sonoma County food system. (Other key documents here)
at the Barlow, Sebastopol
6:00 – 8:30 pm
Tickets are required for this event, so be sure to reserve yours ASAP! The suggested donation is $30 per person, with the minimum donations being $5 for members and $10 for non-members.
We hope to see you there!