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Sunday, May 10, 2009

This Weeks Events: May 11 - 17

I hope everyone enjoyed last weeks events. I was able to make it to the 2nd Annual Arts Festival and the Fiddlehead Farms Family Food Festival. Such a lovely time at the Arts Festival and SO much food to sample at Fiddlehead's.

May 15 - Pot Luck Sides: Spring Cooking Classes at Flag Hill Winery in Lee, NH. Pot Luck Sides, works with portable potatoes, sausage, beans, rice, and vegetable salads. Classes are a hands-on activity designed to demonstrate how to prepare a seasonal meal using local farmers' meats, cheeses and vegetables. Participants will sit in the dining room and eat the meal together afterward. Wine will be available for purchase. Location: Flag Hill Winery and Distillery, 297 North River Road. Time: 6:30 p.m. Cost: $40 per person. Information: 603-659-2949.

May 15 & 16 - The 37th Annual Hampton Beach Tow Rodeo comes truckin' into Hampton Beach State Park this weekend. The New Hampshire Towing Association Tow and Trade Show features a number of tow trucks on display including some antiques, a parade of trucks, vendors, a rodeo, hands-on activities for the kids, K-9 demonstrations, clowns, face painting and more! Bring the kids and enjoy an afternoon at the beach.

May 16 - Goat Husbandry 101 at Jenness Farm.

Coming up the following week:

Nourishing Your Family From the Inside Out: Earth-friendly Cooking and Wellness Classes
Location: Attrezzi European Marketplace, 78 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH
Slow Foods, Fast Dinner: Quick Meals (Monday May 18, 7-9pm)

$40 for each class, materials included

Instructors: Tracey Miller is a certified health & wellness counselor from Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She helps individuals and families eat healthier through personal coaching, nutrition education and cooking classes. Kate Donald is an organic vegetable farmer, and advocate for local, sustainable agriculture. She works with Seacoast Eat Local to help consumers connect with local farmers and locally produced foods.

To register, please RSVP to tosbornemiller@yahoo.com, 603-380-1080 or katedonaldnh@gmail.com, 603-580-5364


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