E4E 4 Sisters’ Camelot: Saturday, October 15


In September, together we raised $1700 for The Aliveness Project, which serves one out of four Minnesotans living with HIV and AIDS, with a daily meal program, food shelf program, case management, and alternative health services. See pics and find out more at our website, eatforequity.org.

Jump on the bus!  Next stop: Organic Produce for All.

This month, your supper money will go to Sisters’ Camelot, a mobile organic food shelf in the Twin Cities. Each year, Sisters’ Camelot and their colorful bus distribute more than 1.7 million dollars of fresh organic produce to low-income neighborhoods in Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Sisters’ Camelot also serves full meals from their Bluebird Kitchen bus. All of the food distributed is donated as surplus by organic food warehouses in the area, and much of this food would be thrown away without Sisters’ Camelot’s efforts.

We’ll be premiering a new documentary short about Sisters’ Camelot by Emily Rumsey. You won’t want to miss this brilliant film!

You’ll feast on…
Balsamic Roasted Vegetables
Butternut Squash Pasta with Hazelnuts and Sage
Fresh Bread with Pesto Butter
Apple, Beet, and Green Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette
An Assortment of Fruit Pies
Homebrew from West Bank Brewing Club and Driftless Brewing Co.

Saturday, October 15
Hosted by Andrew and Emily
Email minneapolis@eatforequity.org for specific address
Minneapolis, MN
7 pm onward
Want to help make it happen? Sign up to volunteer on Friday night, Saturday afternoon, or Saturday evening, and you can be a part of putting food on the table.
We suggest a $10-20 donation, and you’re welcome to bring friends. Hope to see y’all there.
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