Foxhollow Farm Fall Festival

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Come out to Foxhollow Farm’s Fall Festival!

Saturday, October 23th 11am-6pm

Foxhollow Folk School: Fall Gelato Workshop with Gelato Gilberto

Come learn the basics of gelato making at home with Italian-trained gelataio Justin Gilbert of Gelato Gilberto.  In addition to demonstrating how to make a basic gelato mixture, Justin will also share some recipes and techniques for making delicious fall-flavored gelato like Poached Pear Zinfandel and Toasted Walnut.
Saturday, October 20: 5pm-7:30pm
Foxhollow Farm Kitchen
Cost: $45
Visit www.foxhollow.com for more information.

Foxhollow Folk School: Building Community Resilience

Vision of the Coming Transition. The world is changing, better to be ready than surprised. Bottom up community-based strategies to build resilience against climate change, fossil fuel depletion and economic uncertainty. What is resilience and how is resilience related to ecological stability and sustainability? Objectives: Understand basic ideas of and relationships between Ecological Resilience, Ecological Stability, Sustainability, and Adaptive Systems. Take aways: Knowledge of how social-ecological systems work. Participate in activities that you can do with your family/neighbors/community. Experience conducting a sample Resilience Assessment and learn instructions for assessing your neighborhood/community.

Wednesday, October 10: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Foxhollow Farm

Instructor: Terrell Holder of Transition Louisville

Cost per person: $15.00

visit www.foxhollow.com for more information

The People’s Garden Harvest Festival – Oct. 13

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Apple Cider, Pumpkins, Games, and More!

October 13 2pm-5pm

@ The People’s Garden

409 Northwestern Parkway

For more info, visit The People’s Garden Facebook Event

Food Literacy Project Volunteer Workday – October 20

Saturday, October 20th from 10am-1pm

Join us the Food Literacy Project in the garden to help spruce up our outdoor classroom. Come prepared to work outside and get dirty. Contact Joelle Johnson, Food Literacy Project Resource Development Coordinator, by email at Joelle@foodliteracyproject.org or by phone at 502.491.0072 to get involved.