Cold Moon Rising!
Music & Entertainmnent by Enloom, The Halevai Klezmer Band, Cactus Cats, Charity Ann, Kris Smith[Poetry], Markell Gibson, Joanna Smith and the Divas, Juan Moncayo, Jason Cioili
Texas Fresh: Beyond Organic - Dinner on the Farm with Chef Jeremy Goodwin of Single Man's Kitchen
October 18, 4pm until sunset at the Emile Street Community Farm
Come savor a meal in season with foodie friends and farmers. You'll be glad you made the trip just a few minutes east of downtown to experience dining family style in the urban oasis of Emile Street Discovery Farm at 711 Emile St.
Proceeds in support of the good things coming from Last Organic Outpostand Central City Co-Op.
Limited seating. Order tickets now before sell out:
Tickets are $75 for a Farm to Fork Five Course Menu -
The dinner will showcase local produce, Organic lamb from I O Ranch and artisan cheeses made in Texas. Each course will have a brief introduction by the chef, explaining the ingredients, sources and why they were chosen After dinner, coffee time or fireside chat will allow for addtional sharing of knowledge on our food sources, food heritage and nutrition.
Special thanks to our sponsors: Buffalo Bayou Brewery, Grizzaffi Coffee Catering, M&M Photography, The Cleverle Show, Paul’s Kitchen
Need something to do Labor Day weekend?
Spend it at the Farm!
Great Music, Food and FUN!! Come support your local farm by supporting our Fall Membership Drive. Food security is an issue for so many communities in our city. Last Organic Outpost is making a difference and you can help. With your support, the Last Organic Outpost can continue to provide food security to the Greater Fifth Ward and promote sustainability in Houston.
We have Summer Squash, Electricity, Chickens, Chefs, School Groups, Prairie View A&M Team & Other Doings a Transpiring at Emile Street Farm!
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