Slow Food Rhode Island’s Annual Meeting: Tuesday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m.

To start off 2011 strong, we are hosting our annual meeting on Tuesday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Local 121. There will be hors d’oeuvres available for $15.00, cash bar, and we are requesting a donation of $5.00 (or more) per person to help fund this year’s efforts and events. As you may know, local Slow Food chapters are run entirely by volunteers, and our funding comes from event fees and donations to the chapter.

During the meeting, we will discuss our plans for this year and beyond – and we want to hear your ideas as well. We’d like to know what types of events you’d like to attend, and, of course, if you’d like to coordinate an event, we’d love that as well!

We will also vote on officers for our chapter, including Chairperson, Secretary and Communications. The current officers are Chair, Amy McCoy, Secretary, Ingrid Lofgren and Communications, David Dadekian.

Please RSVP to, and feel free to send along any questions or suggestions for the chapter. As always, if you are interested in volunteering with Slow Food RI in any way, please drop us a line at

We look forward to seeing you at the annual meeting and making plans for this year and beyond!

Annual Meeting
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
6:30 p.m.
Local 121 (downstairs)
121 Washington Street
Providence, RI
directions: click here

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About David Dadekian

writer/editor of Eat Drink RI ( ); private chef and cooking instructor; producer of the Eat Drink RI Festival ( ); photographer of food, weddings, portraits, commercial work and fine art ( ); husband and work-at-home father; PR Director for Blackbird Farm ( ); board member of Slow Food RI ( ); dislikes writing in the third person

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  1. Bill Ward

    My wife and I have a copy of the DVD “One Man, One Cow, One Planet” from New Zealand. It was shown at a slow food event on Martha’s Vineyard in January that we attended. Maybe your organization would like to borrow it for an event, if you haven’t already done something like that.


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