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October 2018
$10 - $25

9th Annual Portland Fermentation Festival

October 18 @ 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

It’s the ninth annual Portland Fermentation Festival! Join us in the Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center for this open-to-the public, all-ages celebration of fermented food and drink. One of the first in the nation, this festival inspired festivals around the country and even in Japan. This year, special guests will be traveling from Japan to be part of our panel of experts on Japanese ferments. Talk to fellow fermenters, exchange cultures and recipes, get advice from local food/drink fermentation enthusiasts, attend fermentation demo’s and sample everything from sour pickles, fermented hot sauces, miso and natto, to cheeses, hard cider and kombucha.

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Free

Slow Money and “Nurture Capital”

October 22 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join author and Slow Money founder Woody Tasch for a lively conversation on how to “bring money back down to earth.” During this free event, Tasch will introduce ideas from his new book SOIL: Notes Towards the Theory and Practice of Nurture Capital and share a vision for investing in local food systems. Book signing to follow event. Cash bar and HOTLIPS Pizza will be available for purchase! Space is limited so please be sure to RSVP!

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November 2018

Local Link: A Vendor Fair for Institutional Foodservice

November 7 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

For wholesale food buyers interested in making connections with local producers, Local Link is the place to be. Held at Castaway in NW Portland this year, the event is open to members of the Northwest Food Buyers’ Alliance and all institutional foodservice staff interested in finding new local products and building relationships that will lead to viable solutions for large-scale, local sourcing.

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$25

The Jewish Project

November 8 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

The Jewish Project is a portrait of a Jew through ice cream and storytelling. Jared Goodman weaves personal stories of being a Jew with Jewish history and culture, exploring themes of identity, secularism vs traditionalism, the writings of Isaac Bashevic Singer and Abraham Joshua Heschel, plus some klezmer music too.

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