March 29, 2015
Slow Food North Shore and the Cinema Arts Centre come together to bring you the Second Annual Long Island Food and Film Feast.
An enchanted evening, highlighting our local food, the people who produce it, and the difference it can make. Each film will be paired with the food featured in the film, prepared by iEat Green and Slow Food North Shore, along with a guest speaker, so that we can provide you with a glorious, local, seasonal and informative feast!
GotBeer: Brooklyn Brewery Tour (5:04)
Speaker: Joe Mollura (unconfirmed) from Brooklyn Brewery
Served with: Beer, lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery
Speaker: Michael Schwartz of Bad Ass Organics and Barry Schwartz from Barry’s Tempeh
Served with: Raw Slaw and Kombucha on tap donated by Bad Ass Organics, and BBQ Tempeh prepared by Barry himself!
Community Supported Fisheries: The Basics (4:24)
Speakers: Angela Andre of Dock to Dish and Brett Tolley from NAMA (Northeast Atlantic Marine Alliance)
Served with: Seafood Chowder with locally caught fish, vegetarian option as well
Amber Waves Farm (3:58)
Speakers: Amanda Merrow and Katie Baldwin of Amber Waves Farm
Served with: iEat Green’s Onion Rye Bread from Amber Wave grains
Dumpster Diver (5:06)
Speaker: Jon Stephanian of Food Not Bombs
Served with: Surprise Entrée made from dumpster diving!
Do We Need Industrial Agriculture to Feed the World? (6:30)
Speaker: Caroline Holmes from Restoration Farm
Served with: Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie
There is Only Coffee (4:32)
Speaker: Mark Buccardo from Southdown Coffee Roasters
Served with: Ethiopian Coffee, donated by Southdown Coffee
Social Enterprise- Giving Back to the Community
Food + Data = Opportunity (5:00), about DC Central Kitchen
Grow to Give Gardens (3:21)
Speakers: Larry and Heather Foglia from Long Island Community Agriculture Network
Served with: Carrot Cake (Gluten Free and Vegan option)
Cost: $50 SFNS and CAC Members | $60 Public
Click HERE for tickets
April 25, 2015
This seminal event is a forum to educate people about growing food, making healthy and sustainable food choices and incorporating broader policies and programs that affect our food sources and our communities.
The Conference is expected to draw nearly 1,000 attendees including educators, farmers, advocates, policy regulators, parents, students, concerned citizens and non-profit organizations from across Long Island and the tri-state areas. It will feature interactive educational workshops led by expert panelists, a riveting keynote by Stephen Ritz, exhibits from local businesses, networking opportunities and much more.
Registration is open! For more information, click here, or call 516-626-0908.