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      April 25, 2010

      Sunday   2:00 PM

      900 University Bay Drive
      Madison, Wisconsin 53705

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      Food, Faith & Earth Day

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      Annual event, 2-6:30 pm, 4/25, First Unitarian Society, with exhibits, workshops, community meal ($12; $8 by 4/18), keynote by REAP founder Prof. Jack Kloppenburg. Free. or 233-9774

      When: 04/25/10 @ 2:00pm
      Call: 233-9774

      More Information:
      Food, Faith & Earth Day

      The Sacred Act of Eating
      Sunday, April 25 - 2:00pm to 6:30pm
      First Unitarian Society
      900 University Bay Drive - Madison WI 53705
      Keynote, Workshops, Exhibits, Community Meal

      - Welcome: Fawn Young Bear-Tibbetts, White Earth Band of Minnesota Ojibwa(Chippewa)
      - Keynote: Jack Kloppenburg, Professor of Community & Environmental Sociology at UW-Madison and founder of REAP. REAP publishes the Farm Fresh Atlas, organizes the Food for Thought Festival, developed the
      WI Homegrown Lunch farm-to-school project, and started the Buy Fresh, Buy Local initiative for Southern WI.
      - Panelists: Huda Alkaff, Islamic Environmental Group of Wisconsin; Jim Roseberry, Snowflower Buddhist Sangha; Rabbi Laurie Zimmerman, Shaarei Shamayim; Rev. Dr. Kurt Billings, St. James Evangelical Lutheran
      - Educational workshops featuring leaders from local faith communities and food groups
      - Exhibits by local food and faith organizations
      - Opportunities for congregations to enrich their practice of earth stewardship
      - Conversation with people of faith who share your concerns for the earth
      - Community Meal featuring locally-grown food prepared by Chef Barbara Wright of The Dardanelles

      2:00-2:20 Welcome with Music
      2:20-3:50 Keynote and Panel Discussion
      3:50-4:10 Break and conversation
      4:10-5:10 Workshops
      5:10-5:30 Break and conversation
      5:30-6:30 Evening Meal
      Exhibits will be open 2:00 to 5:30 p.m.

      Meal Reservations are highly recommended
      � seating and supplies are limited.
      $8 if reserved by Apr. 18; $12 at the door
      (The rest of the event is free.)

      Child care provided if reserved by Apr. 18.
      To make meal or child care reservations go to
      Facilities are accessible.

      During the event, a free-will offering
      will be taken for:
      Harvest of Hope
      Grace Episcopal Food Pantry

      For updated information visit or call (608) 233-9774


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