A School Gardens Event - March 25th 4:00

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Celebrate School Gardens with
A MOVEABLE FEAST
Sunday, March 25, 2018 from 4pm to 7pm
Location:  Dodds & Eder Landscape Design Showroom, 11 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor
 
From Montauk and Orient to Westhampton, our children benefit by working in the Edible School Gardens supported primarily by funds raised at the annual"Moveable Feast" (see below).
 
This program has lasting impact on our children's health and their future. That is why so many restaurants, chefs, farmers, vineyards, purveyors of food and beverage and others selflessly donate their time, and treasure to make the Moveable Feast one of the most anticipated and affordable charity events of the year. The Moveable Feast is not the typical Hamptons event attended by celebrities. Because our children are the beneficiaries, it is important that parents, teachers and other residents of the East End  participate. That is why the ticket prices as kept as low as possible. They even have a discount program available to members of slow food and a subsidy for teachers who would like to attend. There is also a subsidize a farmer program to encourage residents who can afford to do so, to purchase a ticket for a local farmer.
 
These events are truly amazing with some of the best food you will eat and oysters galore. Also, the people who attend are the heart and sole of our community. So please plan to participate on March 25th to support this great program. Not only will you learn about how our children benefit by working in their gardens, you will feast on some of the finest food and beverage donated by the best restaurants, chefs, and caterers on the East End. At this years event, some of the children who have participated in the program will discuss what it has meant to them.
 
Visit the links below to purchase tickets:
 
http://slowfoodeastend.org   (slow food east end website)
 
 
http://www.edibleschoolgardens.org (Edible School Garden website)
 
Slow Food East End
The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation
East End EdibleSchool Gardens