Slow Food Los Angeles

Good, clean and fair food access for all of L.A.

Mark Your Calendar: Time For Lunch Eat-Ins Approaching!

realfoodbadge-225a.pngAs we’ve mentioned, one of the key components of Slow Food USA’s Time For Lunch campaign is the Eat-In: a potluck-style gathering to discuss issues and take action. Slow Food Los Angeles is grateful to a team of exceptionally enthusiastic and committed volunteers who are organizing Eat-Ins in and around Los Angeles this Labor Day:
++ at the Cesar Chavez Arboretum in Elysian Park
835 Academy Road, Los Angeles
Beginning at 11:30am
Organized by Jennie Cook; RSVPs and information by email to jennie [at] jenniecooks [dot] com or by phone: 323.982.0052

++ at the Milagro Allegro Community Garden in Highland Park
115 South Avenue 56, Los Angeles
Beginning at 4:00pm
Organized by Emily Ventura; RSVPs and information by email to hpeatin [at] gmail [dot] com or by phone: 323.442.3198

++ at Fancifull
5617 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
From 4:00pm until 7:00pm
Organized by Terry August; RSVPs and information by email to admin [at] fancifull [dot] com or by phone: 323.466.7654

++ at the Spiraling Orchard Community ArtPark (downtown)
1246 West Court Street, Los Angeles
Beginning at 5:00pm
Organized by Nancy Zuniga; RSVPs and information by email to acla213 [at] gmail [dot] com or by phone: 213.481.8013

++ at Anderson Park in Redondo Beach
229 Ernest Avenue, Redondo Beach
Beginning at 4:00pm
Organized by Kelly Wolschon; RSVPs and information by email to kwolschon [at] rbusd [dot] org or by phone: 310.370.9420

++ in Culver City at Reyhan Persian Grill
11800 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City
Beginning at 3:00pm
Organized by Frieda Hosseini; RSVPs and information by email to reyhanpersiangrill [at] gmail [dot] com or by phone: 310.390.6800

We’ll share more details about each Eat-In–and any others that are scheduled–in the coming days, including information about the teams of volunteers and the community organizations and businesses that are joining with Slow Food Los Angeles to let Congress know that the time for real food in schools is now.

Have you reviewed the Time For Lunch platform? Signed the Time For Lunch petition? Please do, and please share these links with others to help raise awareness of the proposed changes to the Child Nutrition Act.


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