It Takes a Village

Saturday, August 14, 2021, 12:00 PM-3:00 PM

Location: Making Whole | 745 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28803
$125 per person

 

It Takes a Village

Saturday, August 14, 2021, 12:00 PM-3:00 PM

Making Whole | 745 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28803

$125 per person

Event Style: Tapas & Drinks

Community is central to the human experience, giving us a sense of belonging to something greater than ourselves. Connecting with others through shared experiences directly impacts our physical, emotional and mental health. Join Chow Chow for a delicious meal and discussion celebrating how community is created and nourished in our region, specifically around the essential element of food. As you dine, you’ll hear from neighbors Sunil Patel, who created the village-scale Patchwork Urban Farms in West Asheville; April Jones, founder of Pinehurst Farmers Market, which addresses food sovereignty in Columbia, SC; and Jeremy French and his team at Making Whole, a fine furniture studio and addiction recovery program built into the framework of a traditional apprenticeship program, where every day includes preparing and enjoying a shared meal around a communal dining table. 

Featured Chefs/Restaurants: Sunil Patel - Patchwork Urban Farms, Sean Piper - Jargon, Ashley &  Greg Garrison - The Hop Ice Cream, Hayette Bouras - Sunflower Diner, Paul Cressend - Paulie Boy Enterprises

Event Sponsor: SEDERA

Venue Sponsor: MAKING WHOLE 

Event Style: Tapas & Drinks

Community is central to the human experience, giving us a sense of belonging to something greater than ourselves. Connecting with others through shared experiences directly impacts our physical, emotional and mental health. Join Chow Chow for a delicious meal and discussion celebrating how community is created and nourished in our region, specifically around the essential element of food. As you dine, you’ll hear from neighbors Sunil Patel, who created the village-scale Patchwork Urban Farms in West Asheville; April Jones, founder of Pinehurst Farmers Market, which addresses food sovereignty in Columbia, SC; and Jeremy French and his team at Making Whole, a fine furniture studio and addiction recovery program built into the framework of a traditional apprenticeship program, where every day includes preparing and enjoying a shared meal around a communal dining table. 

Featured Chefs/Restaurants: Sunil Patel - Patchwork Urban Farms, Sean Piper - Jargon, Ashley &  Greg Garrison - The Hop Ice Cream, Hayette Bouras - Sunflower Diner, Paul Cressend - Paulie Boy Enterprises

Event Sponsor: SEDERA

Venue Sponsor: MAKING WHOLE