Slow Food Potluck – November 10th

Slow Food Potluck invite

Hope to see you at the upcoming Slow Food Bluegrass Potluck!



Sierra Club Cumberland Chapter Annual Meeting – Nov. 11-13


Don’t miss the Sierra Club Cumberland Chapter Annual Meeting! Good food, drinks, socializing, hikes and other outings, awards banquet, dancing, live music and more fun are in store!

WHEN: November 11-13

WHERE: Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park

Visit for more details!

Yew Dell Garden’s Autumn’s Gold Slow Food Cooking Class – Nov. 13th


A full harvest and the golden colors of autumn provide the bounty for this 2 hour interactive class. Mark Williams, Slow Food Southeast Governor and Brown-Forman Chef, will have you learning, tasting, and laughing! Register early – these classes always sell out!

WHEN: Sunday, November 13th, 2-4pm

WHERE: Yew Dell Botanical Gardens

COST: $20 for members (Slow Food or Yew Dell), $25 for non-members.

Click here to register.

Learn about Beekeeping – November 12

slovenian bees

Interested in learning more about the art and science of beekeeping? Thinking about becoming a beekeeper? Autumn and Winter are a great time to learn and plan!
When: Saturday, November 12, 1-3pm
Where: Fresh Start Growers’ Supply, 1007 E. Jefferson Street
How: Email or Carrie VanWinkle at or 475-3805 to reserve a spot.
Fee: This fun and informative class will be offered for only $10 person. Contact Carrie for special family rates.
What: You will understand the key decisions of a new beekeeper and how to get started in beekeeping including: Hive choices (top bar hives, Langstroth, and Warre — pros and cons of each); How to find bees to start your hive(s); What to plan for as an urban/suburban beekeeper; recommended resources — local, state, national, online, etc.; locations for your hives; plus plenty of time for Q&A.

Carrie B. VanWinkle is the owner of fleur-de-bee beekeeping. She is an experienced urban and sustainable beekeeper caring for her own and others’ honeybees all over Louisville. Learn more at and Fleur-de-bee on Facebook.