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Extraordinary wine & chocolate tasting – February 17
Please join Lynn and Curtis Vreeland for an extraordinary Chocolate and Wine Tasting on Sunday, February 17 from 4:00 to 7:30 at the Vreeland’s Sundown Farm to benefit Slow Food Harrisburg’s upcoming annual author and film events. For more details and to RSVP,
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Summertime and the Sipping is Easy
The vineyard is calling…YOU and ALL YOUR FRIENDS to join PA Wine Society and Slowfood Harrisburg on Saturday, June 23rd at Waltz Vineyards in nearby Manheim, Pa for great wines, live music and mingling with friends old and new. It’s a party in a vineyard and the special price of just $20.00 makes it easy for you and all your friends to come join the party.
Slow Food Harrisburg supports the following events:
Author presentations: Once a year we invite a nationally recognized author to speak about food issues or regional culinary traditions.
Film Fest: We sponsor showings of films on food policy, food heritage and the joy of eating good, clean and fair food.
Local farm tours: Generally held in the summer, these tours are designed to explore our local agricultural resources and support our local growers. The tours include special entrees to visit farms and local farm markets. The tours usually include lunch at a local restaurant that embodies the Slow
Food creed: local, fresh and organic.
Meet the Producer Dinners: Twice a year we sponsor a dinner at Harrisburg Area Community College’s Culinary Arts Department to showcase local foods. In return, the future chefs learn about the benefits of sourcing local, fresh products and witness the food cycle from field to fork.
Click here for a generic 2010 events calendar or click here for a listing of upcoming scheduled events. While Slow Food membership is not required to participate in our events, we encourage you to become a member. Go to Join to learn about becoming a member.Print This Post