Earth Week at Serenbe

Earth Week: April 22 – April 29

Sunday, April 22 @ 3 p.m.: We are pleased to welcome Dr. Howard Frumkin from the CDC to talk about climate change and how it affects our health. Then, we’re going to discuss a great new plan plan for how we as a community can take a big step forward for the environment. Located TBD…

Tuesday, April 24 @ 4:30 p.m.: Meet at the Serenbe Farms for a short presentation by the Hill Country Montessori students on their new medicinal herb garden, followed by a tour of the farms with Paige at 5 p.m. Learn why the Serenbe chickens are some of the most productive around, see what produce is popping up, and how we’re growing shiitake mushrooms.

Wednesday, April 25 @ 6:30 p.m.: Arden Zinn of Arden’s Garden is visiting the Blue Eyed Daisy to talk about how she started this successful Atlanta company, plus what she’s discovered about the importance of drinking fresh juices.

Thursday – Sunday @ The Farmhouse:
Make reservations now (770.463.2622) for dinner at The Farmhouse during Earth Week—Chef Tony is working with several local purveyors to create a fantastic menu showcasing the farm-fresh produce that’s right in our backyards. Invite your out-of-town friends for this “farm to table” culinary experience.

Sunday, April 29, 1 – 8 p.m.:
The 2nd Annual MayDay Celebration at Serenbe is going to be a highlight of the year. Vendors (including The Farmhouse, Blue Eyed Daisy, Bella Cucina, Olive Boutique, Tiffany Mooring, and a few future Serenbe shops) will line Selborne (near the Daisy), we’ll have live music (the legendary Col. Bruce Hampton takes the stage at 5 p.m.), Matt Janke will be demonstrating glass blowing outside StudioSwan, the Hill Country Montessori students will head up the maypole dancing, and we’re having a sidewalk art drawing contest for kids. The MayDay invite is attached; please forward to your friends!

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1 comment so far

  1. The Strudwicks on

    James and Anissa,

    Congratulations on a wonderful food tasting on Saturday. If the food you sell is half as good as the stuff I managed to snaffle, then you’re going to do great! (ps – any more of that genoa salami left?). I’m ready to place my first order.

    Mark


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