Join us to celebrate our first community gathering, Field to Body with a night of words, music, and food. In honor of our month long gathering we are creating A Spring Feast including a beautiful dinner featuring local meat and produce prepared by Chef Tina Dang, pastries by Annie Callan former chef at Zuni, now at Camino, a keynote talk from Dr. Daphne Miller, author of the highly-praised book Farmacology, and a musical performance by local artist and musician, Emily Ritz of Yesway. Flowers by NorthSouthEastWest and chocolate by Guittard.
- Grilled Citrus Marinated Marin Sun Farms Lamb Kebabs
- Green Garlic Tzatziki
- Warm Baby Artichokes, Roasted Potatoes & Carrot salad - Dill Vinaigrette
- Fragrant Rice Cooked with Currants, Onions & Tumeric
- Chickpeas Wild Nettle Pesto & Farm Eggs
- Fresh Bread and Butter
- Guittard Chocolate Brownies
- Buckwheat Strawberry Shortcakes
- Thackrey Wines
Also partake in a raffle of great items including:
- Tickets to both workshops held on the Little Mesa on May 2nd: Traveling Miles Studio Cochineal Dying Workshop and Backstrap Weaving with Travis Meinolf.
- An Edition Local library of hand-signed books from Leonard Koren, Betty Goerke, Prince Andrew Romanoff, Sym Van Der Ryn, Judith Larner.
- Ticket to Tea Tasting and Afternoon Tea with Leaves & Flowers at Saltwater + The Depot in Inverness on Sunday, April 26th.
- A selection of jewelry from designer Marion McKee.
- A handmade cutting board from Gwen Gunheim of Hendley Hardgoods.
Edition Local Community Guild is a 501(c)3 non-profit fiscally sponsored by MarinLink.
FIELD to BODY: A Community Gathering is made possible by a grant from Marin Community Foundation’s New Ground Fund.
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: SIGN UP HERE
Or Call 844-326-3260 for tickets.
Daphne Miller, M.D. is a practicing family physician, renowned nutrition explorer, and professor of family medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Her writing explores the frontier between biomedicine and the natural world, between food and health, between farms and our bodies. Her books include The Jungle Effect and most recently, Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing.
Tina Dang is a personal chef, a professional cook, and a loving home cook living in San Francisco. “I love food and it’s unique glory to fulfill me with so many joyful moments, and I love to cook for anyone that I come into contact with.” She worked at Zuni Cafe for many years.
Emily Ritz is an artist and musician living at Inverness. After graduating from California College of the Arts, she decided to pursue painting and music full-time. Both her art and music are whimsical, imaginative, and playful. She was kind enough to create the illustration for the FIELD to BODY poster.