Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Local Food Fair

An evening of local food (and don't forget local beer) at a cool local landmark is this Thursday - the annual OKC Local Food Fair! Local food will be on display for sampling and purchasing. I went last year, and there was a lot of smiling, music, kids running around, and yumminess.

What: Local Food Fair, hosted by the Sierra Club and Buy Fresh Buy Local

When: Thursday, June 17th, 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Where: At the barn of the Harn Homestead, 1721 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City

Cost: $5 for 18 - 64, free for veterans and other age groups

Transition OKC will be tabling, so drop by and see us!

6 comments:

Sharlene T. said...

Hope you all have a great time...it's just a touch of my beaten path...but I'm working on the locals here to get some solar bake-offs started...gosh, developing an oven is like having a baby...just a few weeks to go...come visit when you can...

Cherie said...

I just found your blog through your comment on the Well-Groomed Hippie. Looking forward to reading past and future posts. BTW, I love your blog's description line!

Peak Oil Hausfrau said...

Cherie - welcome!

sv koho said...

pretty surprised not to see james greer's blog, archdruid, in your list of resources. do you have a reason not to cite him?

Peak Oil Hausfrau said...

sv koho - JMG's blog is found in the sidebar under Helpful Peak Oil sites, along with Richard Heinberg, The Automatic Earth, Sharon Astyk, Chris Martenson, Energy Bulletin....

The Reports/Resources page is for stuff you might send to your friends (for the uninformed). It would be hard to spread the word about peak oil by emailing someone TAE, Archdruid Report, etc, because they assume a certain level of prior knowledge, which the average layperson does not have.

Lisa Sharp said...

Would have loved to have gone but was busy. Hope it was fun!