The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation & Slow Food East End proudly present:
A Movable Feast
Sunday March 25, 2018
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Dodds & Eder
11 Bridge St
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
$100 - Slow Food Members
$150 - Non-members
Please join us for the 8th annual JLMF/SFEE Moveable Feast. We are happy to announce that Dodds & Eder in Sag Harbor, has graciously agreed to host again. The event is truly supported by the community and features food and items donated from local farms, fisherman, restaurants, vineyards and merchants on the East End. Of course, this includes food grown though our very own school garden program!.
Please secure your reservation as early as possible. If you cannot attend, but would like to support our mission, please click on the link above. Joshua, was committed to promoting a healthy life style and was a beloved member of the East End agricultural community. Your support of this event is greatly appreciated and provides sustenance to Josh's passions and mission which centered on the education and wellness of children.
A substantial portion of what is raised goes to the support of our East End Edible School Garden Program, which includes stipends for three Master Farmers, as well as mini-grants to benefit school gardens and purchase supplies. The East End of Long Island has some of the largest, most successful school garden programs in the United States (27 in all!), thanks in no small part to the funds raised over the past six years in Josh's memory.
Please join us to keep Josh’s legacy alive and help these gardens grow!
Click on the this link to watch a wonderful film about the start of the Southold School Garden.
In addition to its support of our master farmers, JLMF provided financial support for the "Delicious Nutritious Cook Book" Every cook and and/or gardener should have one for reference and it also makes a great gift. It also is providing $10,000 in grants to be used to fund specific projects at the schools with edible gardens.
For more information on the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation and how your support and participation in this wonderful event can benefit the lives of children on the East End of Long Island, go to the Facebook page and www.edibleschoolgardens.org. Some of the comments from families involved in the program are truly inspirational.