Dr Hancock will present a lecture on Nutrition
Saturday 2:30 at the Tennessee Local Food Summit
Middle Tennessee farmland once fed Nashville, and it will again. As a peak year-end event fostering this change, the Tennessee Local Food Summit is December 1-3, 2017 and will be held at Montgomery Bell Academy.
Sponsored by Barefoot Farmer, LLC, it will feature Nashville’s best chefs offering delicious, locally grown organic meals during a full day of educational workshops, networking, and the celebration of Nashville’s existing local food movement.
This year’s topics for discussion will be:
❧ Backyard gardening
❧ Cooking Demonstrations by famous local chefs
❧ What’s going on in Nashville’s Local Food Movement
MEALS INCLUDED! Breakfast, lunch and a dinner will be made by local chefs using local ingredients. Included in full conference ticket. Lockeland Table, Husk Nashville and Nicky’s Coal Fired are some of the local restaurants who will be helping to put the meals together.
Ticket Information https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tn-local-food-summit-tickets-37130255594
We will read from The Cycle of the Year Chapter V
You can access and print this lecture from the Rudolf Steiner Archive. Click link: https://shar.es/1JIA4Y
We will read from The Festivals and Their Meaning- The WHITSUN Mystery and its
Connection with the Ascension – See more at: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/AscenPent/19230507p01.html#sthash.r1gaVy3J.dpuf
This lecture will be held on Monday February 29th at 7:00 pm at Linden Waldorf School, located at the Trinity Presbyterian Church. (3201 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215) For more information, call Barbara Bittles at 615-294-1216 or email email@example.com .
Fred Amrine is Professor of German Studies at the University of Michigan and a lifelong student of Rudolf Steiner. He is giving numerous lectures throughout the southeast from February 28-March 5. For more information on the lectures, check http://www.anthroposophy.org.