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Slow Sip: coffee at the farm
October 4, 2015 • 10:00 am — 12:00 pm
Sorry to say this event is canceled due to low sign ups.
Watch for Slow Sip coffee events in the future. We would love to hear from you, so please contact us with your ideas, suggestions.
Taste and learn all about 4 of our South Bay coffee roasters. Find out who they are, and hear their stories, get to know their process, their business model and their sources.
Your morning brew is a reflection of your life!
Slow Food South Bay and Full Circle Farm Sunnyvale put this event together to bring awareness and introduce you to our local coffee roasters who believe in sustainability. This is your opportunity to get to know them, taste their coffee and take their beans home with you.
Slow Sip! 4 coffee roasters, organic chocolate, baked goods and farm stand (buy seasonal produce right from the farm)
2nd Story Bakeshop – their style is long-fermented, naturally leavened, hearth baked breads, and with whimsical combinations of ingredients.
$10 advance purchase (through Brown Paper Tickets)
$15 at the gate
- Entry fee includes a small tasting of each signature coffee.
- Entry fee will be split between Full Circle Farm and Slow Food South Bay.
- Price for full cup of coffee is set by each roaster.
- Price for chocolate, baked goods, and other goodies is set by each attending vendor.
- Gratuity continues on the farm, so don’t forget to tip!
Full Circle Farm’s farm stand is open 10-2pm Sundays; buy your locally grown goods here!
Sunday morning, October 4, 2015
10am – 12pm
Full Circle Farm Sunnyvale
1055 Dunford Way
This event will be at the east end of the farm, there is limited parking inside the gate.
Slow Food South Bay:
is the local chapter of Slow Food, a the world-wide non-profit organization. (https://slowfoodsouthbay.org)
This year, Slow Food South Bay is bringing awareness to our local food shed: who is growing what and where does the food go. Events such as “Slow Dining Adventures” have been at restaurants that included not only getting to know the food, the chef and owner but also the farmer who they buy their food from. “Slow Sips” are events focused on anything liquid and bringing awareness to their sustainable practices, such as this coffee tasting event.
Full Circle Farm Sunnyvale:
is an 11-acre educational farm project of the non-profit organization “Sustainable Community Gardens.” (http://fullcirclesunnyvale.com)
Take time to stroll around this large urban farm, see what they are up to, visit their chickens, walk through the orchard, see their summer camp set up. Talk with the farmers, learn about their volunteer program, their CSA, soon-to-arrive animals and so much more.
Contact us if you are a vendor and want to participate in this event, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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