Time: January 26, 2013 from 12pm to 10pm
Location: The Benton House
Street: 3052 S. Gratten Ave.
Website or Map: http://bentonhouse.org/about/…
Event Type: social, urban agriculture, workshop, documentary screening
Organized By: Isaac Peter Fosl-van Wyke
Latest Activity: Jan 21
check out the Facebook page for this event to RSVP!
The highlight of this event is two documentary film screenings, each with an interactive panel discussion:
- Soul Food Junkies - 1:30 pm
- Edible City - 7:30 pm
Additionally there will be a number of workshops and skillshares related to agriCultural living in an urban environment. Options include: yoga / thai massage (bring a mat!), bike maintenance, vegan baking, fermentation, composting, natural dyes (with food scraps!)
Entrance is $10
OR $7 if you bring a dish
OR contact firstname.lastname@example.org to become a volunteer - a 2hr shift will waive your entrance fee
The Young Aggies is a network of young-at-heart Chicagoans interested in promoting the power of AgriCulture, especially in our urban environment. By pooling our resources and skills within and without Chicago's "green" community, we are able to approach projects from a holistic standpoint, incorporating the cultural, biological, and political aspects of a truly sustainable mindset.