Slow Food Piedmont Triad Events April 27-29

Friday, April 27, 2007
CHANGE! Slow Food Film Series: “King Corn”
Meet-up starts at 7, movie starts at 8 p.m.
The Green Bean, 341 S. Elm St., Greensboro, NC

This is a rare opportunity to see a sneak preview of the documentary King Corn, as it has been shown only 5 or 6 times in the U.S. The filmmakers made it on their own and it is now making the film festival circuit.

The movie is free, but we will ask for donations to send to the filmmakers to help them toward recovering the costs of production. There will be a couple of DVDs for sale.

From one of our Slow Food members: “King Corn is a fun and informative look at the life of corn from the farm to the feedlot and grocery store through the eyes of two college grads who rent an acre of farmland in Iowa on which to grow their own corn. Viewers are introduced to local farmers, townsfolk, agricultural agents, university scientists, and Michael Pollan along the way. This is a delightful, no-hype, enjoyable documentary that is more in the spirit of ‘The Real Dirt On Farmer John’ than ‘The Future of Food.'”

Meet other Slow Foodies and socialize at 7:00 p.m. Stay after the movie for discussion of the film! Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase.

Saturday, April 28, 2007
Deep Roots Market Taste Fair
12-4 p.m.
3728 Spring Garden St., Greensboro

Join Deep Roots Market for this free community celebration, featuring delicious tastings of freshly prepared organic foods and drinks, and wellness samples. There will be activities for the kids, a raffle and more. Bring the entire family and spend the afternoon outside listening to live music, enjoying new flavors and savoring old favorites! Slow Food Piedmont Triad will staff an information table. Call 336-292-9216 or visit for more details.

Sunday, April 29, 2007
Open House at Goat Lady Dairy
1-5 p.m.

The Spring Open House at Goat Lady Dairy will be Saturday, April 29 from 1-5 p.m. Tour the dairy, gardens, and pastures of a Slow Food farm. It’s a popular destination and event, and well worth the lovely drive! Goat cheese will be available for sale. A nearby sheep farm, Rising Meadow Farm, will be holding an open house the same day, so you and your family can commune with humanely and sustainably raised animals all afternoon! Directions and details are at

From Goat Lady Dairy:

Goat Lady Dairy & Rising Meadow Farm
Sunday, April 29th  1 to 5 pm
Come out to the country for a lovely afternoon on the farm with all the family – ours and yours!  We are all spiffed up and ready to welcome you at both farms to see goats and sheep, kids and lambs plus cows, llamas, pigs, chickens and organicgardens.  At Goat Lady Dairy you can meet the animals, see where we make our cheese and taste and buy cheese.  You can also “throw a pot” on our local potter’s wheel.  At Rising Meadow you can see beautiful lambs and see how we turn soft wool from our multi-colored flock into beautiful yarn and yarn products.  All of our fiber and products will be for sale including fleeces, roving, sheepskins, yarn and soap and a limited supply of lamb.

This event is free and open to all EXCEPT – Please no pets!  Directions and photos at and

See you on Sunday, April 29th, rain or shine!


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