Update from Sonoma Garden Park

We still need volunteers for the following event: If you would like to volunteer please contact Julie Jehly at 996-0712 X 115
or email: julie@sonomaecologycenter.org

Volunteer needs include helping with food set up and service, directing parking, set-up, clean-up. Guaranteed fun!

“Harvesting Our Future”
Slow Food Feast in the
Sonoma Garden Park

12:00 Noon
Saturday, October 13, 2007

The Sonoma Ecology Center (SEC) invites you to join us for a luncheon and afternoon event celebrating the harvest at our community supported and organically tended Sonoma Garden Park. Renowned Valley chefs will be cooking seasonal fare with locally grown produce. This wonderful autumn event is also designed to introduce awareness and promote the practices of the Slow Food movement. Slow Food leaders will discuss how to bring back the enjoyment and celebration of food and conversation into your home and family meals, while supporting and maintaining the ecological richness and health of Sonoma Valley. SEC staff and volunteer docents will lead walks spotlighting educational features, and current and future plans for the Garden Park. The event will also feature an exciting silent auction featuring Eco-friendly themed adventures and experiences, and other items that celebrate the beauty and bounty of our Sonoma Valley. Don’t miss this very special day celebrating the Sonoma Ecology Center, the fall harvest from the Sonoma Garden Park, and the richness of our community and its unique natural environment!

For tickets, contact Judy Aquiline ~ 707/996-9744 ext 10 or judy@sonomaecologycenter.org
Tickets are $40 for Sonoma Ecology Center Members: $50 for non-members. Space for this event is limited, so please make your ticket reservations early!
About the Sonoma Ecology Center ~ The SEC’s mission is to work with our community to enhance and sustain the ecological health of the Sonoma Valley.

About the Sonoma Garden Park ~The SGP demonstrates ecologically sound practices while creating a beautiful park setting that inspires the spirit of community. The 6 acre Sonoma Garden Park, located at 19990 Seventh Street East, Sonoma, CA, was a gift from Pauline Bond to the citizens of Sonoma, and is a working, organic garden complex and an educational campus of the Sonoma Ecology Center.

Tiona Gundy
Sonoma Garden Park Coordinator
Sonoma Ecology Center
996-0712 X 120