Seattle's First Slow Food Summit, Tonight at Town Hall

In terms of its environmental awareness and obsession with food, Seattle is ripe for tonight's Slow Food Summit, inspired by last year's 60,000-strong Slow Food Nation in San Francisco. Erika Lesser, executive director of Slow Food USA, asks the question Good, Clean, Fair Food -- Can We Have It All? Her fellow panelists include a farm labor activist, a nutrition educator, and an organic orchardist.

Time: Wednesday, October 21, 7-9 p.m.

Location: Town Hall, 623-5261.

Price: $10; admission benefits the Laurel Rubin Farm Worker Justice Project.

 
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