The Piner High School Three Sisters' Garden Project
A GARDEN TO PLATE DINNER
Saturday, October 26th at 6pm
Piner High School Activity Center - 1700 Fulton Road, Santa Rosa
Last Spring, students and teachers, Robert Lopez and Michael Doucette, with the help of Slow Food Russian River members, planted 20 different heirloom beans, blue and multi-color corn, plus several types of squash – including many Slow Food ‘Ark of Taste’ varieties. Tender-loving care produced a bountiful harvest - now to be shared with the community. Join us for a very special evening!
Savor a delicious sit-down meal, prepared by the award-winning Piner High Culinary Program students, supervised by Rob Dilillo.
Menu: Roast Pig | 2 Three Sisters Stews | Seasonal Dessert | Soft Beverages
John Ash, nationally reknowned chef, author and teacher, will join a panel to discuss:
the importance of biodiversity http://www.slowfoodusa.org/biodiversity
career opportunities in the food-farming-restaurant cultures of Sonoma County
Tickets: 18.00 adults | 10.00 students
Available at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/467686
Proceeds to benefit the Piner High School Garden
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