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Garden Memories: Preserving the Flavors and Zest of the Harvest

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“Fresh Fridays” Returns this Friday, September 7

Presented by the Dorchester Community Food Coop and the Sustainability Guild

Tired after a busy week with back to school chores? Have you been meaning to come to Fresh Fridays all summer? Don’t cook – come to Fresh Fridays!

Garden Memories:
Preserving the Flavors and Zest of the Harvest
Savory locally grown food and beverages,
along with activities for children.

 First Parish Church, Meetinghouse Hill, 10 Parish St.
(next to the Mather School)
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Suggested donation: $5.

The best deal in town!

Music by the  Kevin Harris Project (Jazz Piano)

“When the unmistakable musical influences of Thelonius Monk, Danilo Perez, and Charlie Parker intersect with J.S.Bach, Scott Joplin, and the folkloric rhythms of Cuba, could one possibly conceptualize the celebration that occurs at that intersection? Boston-based jazz pianist Kevin Harris plays a distinctive combination of traditional and contemporary music that seeks to explore such a crossroad.”

Preserving herbs: A demo by local resident Bridie Andrews, founder of Boston Herbs on how to preserve herbs and vegetables in oil, in sugar, in pickles, and as frozen supplies in your refrigerator.

Fresh Fridays is an exciting series of Friday night events in Dorchester’s Bowdoin/Geneva/Meetinghouse Hill neighborhood with savory food and LIVE entertainment, Join us in celebrating the essence of Dorchester through diverse voices, talents & flavors!

Here’s what people are saying about Fresh Fridays:

“I was blown away by the food, music and atmosphere at the event last Friday. Bravo!”

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Coming up on September 14:

Community Bounty/Community Beauty
A Gorgeous Community Banquet Under the Stars in and Around the Coleman St. Garden Featuring Live Music and Autumn Fashions


Thanks to Fresh Fridays sponsors:
Mayor Menino’s Neighborhood Response Team, Mt. Washington Bank, First Parish Church in Dorchester,
Ashley’s Breakfast Shop, Family Nurturing Center,

Harvest Coop Markets, Blanchard Law Office, Dov Haselkorn, Milton Chiropractic & Rehabilitation, Fair Foods, Brookwood Community Farm, ReVision Urban Farm, The Food Project, Tim Cooke, Silverbrook Farm, Stop & Shop, Tropical Foods, Lamberts, Home Depot, High Ground Microfarm, Newton Community Farm, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, Pakeen Farm, Stillman’s Farm, Serving Ourselves Farm, City Growers, Yarrow Stalk Farm, Juan Vasquez Fruits.

Thanks to our cafe team:
Lirba Carrion, Clarista Bramble and Gennerre Crocket
& Guest Chefs
Reva Haselkorn, Wendy Simard, Brother Cleve, Brother Rumas, Val Dudley, David Wilson,

Thanks to our many, many volunteers from the community & the Dorchester Community Food Coop:
Kanishka Azimi, Maura Beaufait, Rebecca Bilodeau, Jacquelyn Burke, Brianna Crockett, Mellonie Cumberbatch, Wes Drew, Bob Follansbee, Monica Fontes, Sheila James Hamler, Lynn Holmgren, Damian Jones, Art Lavoie, Margaret Lamb, Nancy Lee, Maryann Lomba, Laurie Martinelli, Betsy Miessner, Palma McLaughlin, John O’Connor, Emmy Rainwalker, Fran Scott, Jennifer Shell, Elnora Thompson, Abbie Wanamaker, Debra Horne-Bramble, Jenny Silverman, Jhana Senxian, Davida Andelman, Bing Broderick, Jennie Msall, Lynn Murray, Samantha Tan, Rosanne Foley, Joel Wool

& from the Sustainability Guild:
Jhana Senxian, Ron Gibson, Laura Kozar, Masio Dotson, Renato Riccioni  Ivy Smith,  George Durante, Cliff Mosley, James Bonner, Kelsey Klibansky

And anyone else we may have forgotten to mention!

Fresh Fridays is a Community Supported series – volunteers are welcome and encouraged to help set up, serve and prepare food. To volunteer, please email Jenny, silverman.jen@gmail.com.

The Fresh Fridays series is co-sponsored by the Dorchester Community Food Co-op and Sustainability Guild International and made possible by the Boston Public Health Commission Strategic Alliance for Health.

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