Community Soup Night continues Tuesday at Full Belly Deli
October 30, 2014
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Tahoe Food Hub and Slow Food Lake Tahoe recently announced the return of Community Soup Night this fall.
Last spring saw the first installment of Community Soup Night, which was a re-invention of Project MANA's Stone Soup. Each night produced a great turnout and amazing support from our mountain community.
Community Soup Night brings people of all ages together to enjoy a savory and affordably priced meal made from fresh, sustainably grown ingredients, while enjoying an evening with friends and family.
It will be held at Full Belly Deli in Truckee on Tuesdy, Nov. 4, and at Mamasake at Squaw Valley on Nov. 18.
It's only $5 for soup and bread, plus there will be live music and a raffle with great prizes at both events.
This event is a collaboration of two local, nonprofit organizations committed to creating a more food-focused community.
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Tahoe Food Hub is helping to build a regional food system for North Lake Tahoe by sourcing food from local small farms.
Slow Food Lake Tahoe is reconnecting the community to local food through workshops, events and food policy advocacy.
"There is a lot of great work happening in our community to build a more sustainable and equitable food system," said Susie Sutphin, director of the Tahoe Food Hub. "Soup Night is an opportunity to communicate that message and show how we can all be a part of the solution."
Soup Night starts at 6 p.m. and goes till 7:30. All are welcome to attend, and soup night tokens will once again be disbursed at Project MANA food distribution sites to individuals and families in need of a free warm meal.
Proceeds from the event will help put on more Community Soup Nights.
For information or if interested in volunteering, visit one of the following sponsors websites at tahoefoodhub.org or slowfoodlaketahoe.org.