Slow Food meeting and potluck open to interested public

From Press Release

Slow Food Asheville

Slow Food Asheville invites all interested community members to attend our Annual Member Meeting and Potluck on Sunday, November 17th starting at 4:30pm. This free event takes place at All Souls Pizza, 175 Clingman Avenue in Asheville. Current and prospective members of Slow Food Asheville will join around good food and company to learn about the organization and program updates. Bring a dish or just show up. Beer will be available for purchase.

You will have the opportunity to become a new member of Slow Food, renew your membership, and discover volunteer opportunities. Programs supported by the Asheville chapter include F.E.A.S.T., Appalachian Food Storybank, and monthly ABCCM Dinners.

Slow Food is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment. Slow Food Asheville is a non-profit organization that promotes Good, Clean, and Fair Food For All People. This local chapter is committed to promoting and preserving the food culture of our region through the relationships between farmers, the table, families, and the community with whom we share our food. Find out more at and “like” at

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