rorybowman (rorybowman) wrote in vancouverfood,

January Food Events


January is shaping up to be a very busy month with a variety of food-
oriented events.

There are a few events in Vancouver this month which address issues
related to food and art, including some information on the upcoming
Vancouver Food Cooperative.

All Month: Sixth Street Gallery at 105 West Sixth Street features a
group show called "Eat This! Local Foods and Farms." Come enjoy local
art about food and learn about community supported agriculture farms
(CSAs) and other small farms.

January 17 (6:30-9pm): Vegetarian potluck and presentation on global
warming by Petere Spendelow, president of Northwest Vegetarian
Education and Empowerment Group. This is a monthly potluck planned for
the Clark PUD headquarters (1200 Fort Vancouver Way), 6:30-9pm. Please
bring a card listing the ingredients of your dish. More info at

January 17 (5-8pm): Opening reception at Clark County Historical
Museum (1511 Main Street) for "Sustaining Change on the American
Farm," this show is currently on loan from Maryhill Museum of Art.
Info at

January 18: Vancouver Food Cooperative's monthly potluck will take place at the
Clark County Geneaological Society (715 Grand Boulevard), beginning at
5:30 pm with a screening of the Brave New Film "Garbage!" as detailed

January 31 (6:30-9pm): Lastly, Vancouver Food Cooperative is hosting its second annual "Meet
the Farmers" night at the Barberton Grange, 9400 N.E. 72nd Avenue.
This event will also feature local Community Supported Agriculture
farmers and takes place on Friday, January 31, 6:30-9:00 pm. More
info at
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