Celebrate fresh food at the Myrtle Eats Fresh Kick-Off Event!
MARP’s Myrtle Eats Fresh initiative includes a number of projects that engage community members in activities to improve access to healthy, affordable food on Myrtle Avenue, and in the surrounding neighborhoods of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Projects include a community-run farm stand, a community chef program, creating and expanding community gardens on public housing grounds, and the formation of a local food policy task force.
Join us to learn more about the program and celebrate the inaugural season of the Myrtle Farm Stand, and meet the community members, project partners and MARP staff involved in making it all happen!
When: Thursday, August 12, 2010
Where: Myrtle Avenue Farm Stand, at the Ingersoll Community Center, 177 Myrtle Avenue (Prince/Navy)
Please RSVP: Joanna Reynolds, 718.230.1689 or email@example.com
Light refreshments will be served.
- KICK-OFF SPECIAL! Spend at least $8 and get an additional $2 free produce!
- Cooking Demo by Community Chef Jasmine Reaves
- Meet gardeners from Ingersoll Garden of Eden
- Free face painting with Dumeha Bernice of ParaLee’s Peace
The Myrtle Eats Fresh Initiative is supported by New York Community Trust and Atlantic Philanthropies as part of the New York City Community Experience Partnership (CEP), a collaboration with United Neighborhood Houses of New York (UNH), with additional support from Brooklyn Community Foundation.
Friday, August 6, 2010
Like food? How about fresh food? Live anywhere near Myrtle Ave? If so, this event might be for you!