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Saturday, September 19, 2015
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Potluck in the Park
Hundreds of growers and eaters from neighborhoods throughout Cleveland will come together for one of the largest potlucks in the city to share in one amazing home grown meal. The Potluck in the Park will be held on Sept. 19th from 4:30 p.m. - 7p.m. at the historic League Park, at 6601 Lexington Ave, rain or shine. Check-in is at 4:30 p.m. Dinner starts shortly after. Parking is available across the street at the Fatima Family Center. Participants can also ride RTA using Route #38.
In addition to sharing a meal, there will be live music, raffle prizes, information tables, and interactive entertainment for children. Guests are requested to bring a dish. Serving size is flexible. You may bring the dish of your choice – whether it serves a few or a bunch! Please come to this community celebration of Cleveland’s vibrant and growing local food movement, even if you are unable to bring a dish. At the potluck local organizations will have tables to display various resources available throughout Cleveland. The Potluck in the Park is a Zero Waste event, so please make an effort to bring food items in containers that can be re-used or recycled. Help us Stop Hunger in its Tracks by donating non-perishable food items for the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland.
The Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Vital Neighborhoods Group is hosting the potluck. Sponsorship has been provided by Sustainable Cleveland 2019, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress , the Cleveland Climate Action Fund, and the Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association. The Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland is leading a food drive in connection with the event.
6601 Lexington Ave
More information: https://potluckinthepark2015.eventbrite.com
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