Whole Foods Giving Grill to benefit Slow Food Bluegrass – Oct. 29


Join Whole Foods for a fun filled day as they celebrate ALL THINGS LOCAL with delicious demos throughout the store. All proceeds from the “Giving Grill” will benefit SLOW FOOD BLUEGRASS!


WHEN: Saturday, October 29, 11am-4pm

WHERE: Whole Foods Market, Louisville, KY


Farmageddon Film Screening – Oct. 29


The Weston A. Price Foundation is screening Farmageddon at the Louisville Film Society, 810 East Market Street, on Saturday October 29th.

Price: $3-5 Suggested Donation

Screening Times: 2:10pm, 4:10pm, 7:00pm

Americans’ right to access fresh, healthy foods of their choice is under attack! Farmageddon tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop, sometimes through violent action, by agents of misguided government bureaucracies, and seeks to figure out why.

There will be a reception for movie-goers following the 7pm showing at Harvest Restaurant. Please join us for a glass of wine and small bites from the kitchen. Harvest is located two blocks from the Louisville Film Society at 624 East Market. Harvest is a locally grown restaurant featuring farmer to fork cuisine.

Bluegrass Bioneers Conference – Oct. 21-23


Bluegrass Bioneers 2011 (BluegrassBioneers.org) – presented by BEcreative and the University of Louisville Sustainability Council – is the southeast’s Beaming Bioneers incarnation and is based in Louisville, KY. Louisville is proud once again to be a Bioneers satellite city. The 3-day conference will be held at the University of Louisville’s Strickler Hall, Davidson Hall, & Rauch Planetarium (Google Map Link), October 21-23.

The third annual Bluegrass Bioneers will combine national plenary speakers and experts on the “big screen” from the national Bioneers Conference in California with live local & regional speakers, experts, and performances for an entertaining and enriching event that encourages innovative, creative solutions to help Louisville and the rest of the world build a more just and sustainable society.

On a national level, Bioneers is an inspired and inspiring annual 3-day conference in Northern California of more than 3,000 social, scientific, and environmental innovators working to create a more just and sustainable world for humanity. The website is www.bioneers.org and the organization’s tagline is “Revolution from the Heart of Nature.”

Bleugrass Chevre Dairy Farm Tour and $5 Challenge Supper – Oct. 23

Bleugrass chevre

Join Slow Food Bluegrass members Susan Miller and Elaine Shay on a goat dairy (including goat hugs!) and cheese plant tour with “$5 Challenge Supper”… Kentucky Burgoo with meats and vegetables from Lexington Farmers’ Market, local artisan breads, pumpkin and apple sorbetto from Bleugrass Sorbet for dessert. Vegetarian option available.

When: Sunday, October 23, 4-6pm

Where: Miller Trust Farm and Bleugrass Chevre Dairy and Cheese Plant, 1175 Grimes Mill Rd., Lexington.

Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children 10 and under.

Reservations necessary. Email gourmetgoats@msn.com or phone 859.421.6983 for reservations, information, and directions.

Profits benefit Slow Food Bluegrass.

Stone Soup Project – October 22


You will want to be part of this “Food for All, Free for All” event. Everybody eats, everybody works, and everybody plays and laughs. For more information visit www.stonesoupky.org/.

When: October 22, 2011, 4pm-7pm

Where: The Americana Center, 4801 Southside Drive