*Tickets are available via EventBrite, and if you can’t make the event but still want to contribute to the cause, you can do so on EventBrite till Sunday, August 18. Of course, we hope to see you there, but encourage you to consider contributing even if you aren’t able to be there. After Sunday, donations can be made directly to Zenger.*
*See up-to-date info about raffle items, activities, and more at the event Facebook page.*
Why is Independence Gardens sponsoring a fundraiser for the project? We see the Grange offering a tremendous benefit for our community: for our clients, our colleagues, and our shared work.
Rural grange halls are gathering places for communities to break bread, support one another in times of need, and celebrate the bounty of the land. The Urban Grange at Zenger Farm is this, and more: it is a place where people can reconnect with each other and the land, building on existing assets and creating new ones.
So, we invite you to join us as we share food, drink, and the new documentary Gaining Ground.
WHERE: The Lents International Farmers Market site, SE 92nd Ave. and Foster Road
WHEN: Thursday, August 15th, 2013 – Food and drink start at 7 pm; the 20 minute film will be shown at 8 pm, with Q&A to follow.
Admission is $10, and includes one drink ticket (ID required to redeem) if purchased in advance. All proceeds go to Zenger Farm’s Urban Grange.