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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Pioneer Valley Workers Center Presents: A Night of Food Justice with Mark Bittman

WHAT: Night of Food Justice
WHERE: Valley View Farm 16 Walpole Rd, Haydenville, MA. 
WHEN: June 18th 6:00-10:30pm

We are so excited to invite you to our first Night of Food Justice! Come for an evening of delicious food, music, dancing, and a food justice talk with PVWC worker leaders and Mark Bittman, nationally-recognized food writer and cookbook author.

An incredible team of chefs lead by NeftalĂ­ Duran will be cooking a seasonally driven multi-course meal. Monte Belmonte, radio host from WRSI - 93.9 The River will lead a conversation with Mark Bittman and PVWC worker leaders. We will dine at the beautiful Valley View Farm and listen to old school marimba music by the infectious Rio Mira band, thanks to Laudable Productions. Our food will come from Crimson & Clover Farm, Sutter Meats, River Valley Co-op, and Belly of the Beast (list in formation).

Make sure you don't miss this. Share with your friends and family! Tickets are going fast! Buy tickets to the evening here!

Ticket Options:
•$150 for dinner plus a cocktail hour with Mark Bittman and PVWC members leaders.
•$100 for dinner only.
• If you would like to be a member of the Host Committee, tickets are 2 for $500 to the cocktails and dinner, with your name included in the program as a supporter of PVWC.

The funds raised at this event will support infrastructure and organizing surrounding our new worker-run farm as well as the incredible work of the Food Chain Workers Alliance, a 33-member alliance representing over 330,000 food system workers across the US and Canada! Visit the event page on Facebook to learn more!


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