Slow Food Kansas City
Culinary Garage Sale
Saturday, September 21
A Benefit for
Culinary Cornerstones Career Training
The Kansas City Food Circle
Step One: Help us with Donations
Donate new or gently used culinary items:
Pots and pans . . . small wares and kitchen utensils . . . culinary antiques dishes/glassware/cutlery . . . linens and kitchen decor cookbooks . . .
cooking tapes/CDs . . . culinary magazines even appliances (in working order please) . . .Everything including the kitchen sink!
Drop off Donations at:
Culinary Cornerstones at 13th and Broadway in downtown KCMO
Doors at bottom of Ramp on southwest corner of 13th and Broadway KCMO Wednesday and Thursday, September 18 and 19, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thursday, September 19, 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM and
Friday, September 20, 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Our Previous Culinary Garage Sale
Step Two: Come and Enjoy the Sale
8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Saturday, September 21
(click for map) in Overland Park
Support Two Great Programs in our local community. It’s easy and fun!
Enjoy Muffins, Coffee and a Juice Bar in the Morning
Get terrific buys on all types of culinary items
Network with fellow “foodies” in the Kansas City community
Learn about Culinary Cornerstones and Kansas City Food Circle
Enjoy BBQ sandwiches mid-day
This is more than a “garage sale”.
This is an event for local food lovers
and for those who want to support local efforts to
improve food access and nutrition in our community.
September is National Hunger Action Month. This year, more than ever before, we need your support. Our Episcopal Hunger Relief Network is serving more
people than ever — through hot meal programs, meals-on-wheels, food pantries, and specialized hunger relief programs for children and seniors. The Culinary Cornerstones
Training Program provides food service training, life skills, career skills — and most important, new possibilities.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE.
For More Information on all of our Hunger Relief and Training Programs
Supporting Kansas City Food Circle
The Kansas City Food Circle connects eaters with local, organic, and free-range food producers in order to promote a sustainable food system in the Kansas City region.
The Kansas City Food Circle is building a community food system in which farmers, eaters, chefs, and grocers know and trust each other. The network enables us to share our
knowledge and experience while we work together promoting the benefits of locally-grown organic and free-range foods.