Field Notes: An Afternoon of Storytelling

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Name: Field Notes: An Afternoon of Storytelling
Date: November 18, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST
Event Description:
Farmers, chefs, and neighbors from throughout the Pioneer Valley will take to the stage to share their stories at Field Notes: An Afternoon of Storytelling. Join CISA (Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture) as we celebrate the Local Heroes who make our thriving local food community tick!
 
Take a glimpse into the lives of the people who grow and cook the local food we love as they tell true stories from their life experiences. Expect everything from the tragic to the hilarious as we journey through the fields and kitchens of the Pioneer Valley. Find out what it’s like to grow up on the family farm and see the view from behind the kitchen doors of your favorite restaurant. Join us and discover how local food has shaped the lives of the Pioneer Valley community in ways big and small. 

Information and tickets at: https://www.buylocalfood.org/event/field-notes/

Welcoming storytellers:
Meg Bantle                        Full Well Farm
Alden Booth                      The People’s Pint
Kasey Corsello                  Corsello Butcheria
Lauri Cuevas                     Thomas Farm
Sandy D’Amato                Good Stock Farm Cooking School
Isis Feliciano                     Community Activist
Ed Malinowski Jr.             Malinowski Farms
Rebecca Martin               Community Member and Organizer
Nan Parati                         Elmer’s Store and Restaurant
Dave Wissemann              Warner Farm
 
Our host for the afternoon will be Monte Belmonte from WRSI The River.
Location:
The Academy of Music Theater
274 Main St.
Northampton, MA 01060
(413) 584-9032
Date/Time Information:
Sunday, November 18th from 2pm – 4pm
Contact Information:
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture
Fees/Admission:
Tickets are $15.
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