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The Ancient Olive
Sunday, September 15, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Join The Ancient Olive and Slow Food Glades to Coast for an afternoon that includes:

  • A welcome cocktail flavored with your favorite balsamic vinegars & extra virgin olive oils.
  • A tutored olive oil class (starting at 2:30 p.m.) taught by the owners of The Ancient Olive, Bryan Behling and Jeffrey Schrader.
  • A tasting of local, artisan food products including Fat Cat (hot sauce), Pascales (gourmet jams, preserves & hot sauces) and more -- with some of the producers attending to speak about their products.
  • A tasting of the extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars from The Ancient Olive.
  • A time to mingle with members of Slow Food Glades to Coast and learn how to get more involved.

TICKETS: $10 a person ($15 at the door)

What's Brewing at Due South
Saturday, September 22, starting at 3 p.m.

Due South Brewing Co.

TICKETS: $17 includes VIP Brewery Tour, 8 Beer Tasting, and Due South Pint Glass

On The Slide food truck will be on site & ready to serve at 5:00
Food Cost is Not Included in Price- bring cash


Due South Brewing Co.
2900 High Ridge Rd. #3
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
561-463-BEER (2337)



German Bread Haus Tours
Saturdays, June 22 and July 13, 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

German Bread Haus

Come see how the German Bread Haus makes their bread with organic whole grains milled fresh daily. Get your tickets quick. Only 7-8 people per tour.


All guests will receive a 1/2  loaf of bread after the tour. Water with cucumber and lemon will be provided

Miramar Community Garden Tour
Sunday, April 6, 9 a.m. - 10 4.m.

Miramar Community Garden Tour

Miramar Community Garden logoTake advantage of this oportunity to tour the 3,150 s.f. Miramar Community Garden located at Fairway Park. It is the first demonstration “micro farming system” in Broward County; an environmentally and economically sustainable system that creates a network of healthy food sources of naturally grown vegetables and fruits.

This is a FREE tour! Opportunity to purchase fresh produce after tour.

Growing Green Communities
Saturday, January 12, 2013, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Growing Green Communities:

Preserving Food Traditions

The day will include:

  • keynote presentation by nationally recognized lecturer, garden historian, and ethnobotanist John Forti - a.k.a. the Heirloom Gardener. John is Curator of Historic Landscapes at Strawberry Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH where he has created numerous award-winning gardens and educational programs.
  • panel discussions on preserving food traditions across cultures
  • children's activities including storytelling and a planting tableturkey petting
  • walks in the Pine Jog Elementary School Hydroponic Garden
  • exhibitors showing tropical and rare fruits, goats, and heritage poultry
  • come to the table communal lunch

TICKETS: Adults $15; Children under 12 $5  -- includes lunch!

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