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EarthSave Louisville will be hosting our February monthly potluck event at the German-Paristown Neighborhood Center (next to St. Therese Catholic Church.) Church parking lot across the street and on-street parking. Look for the EarthSave banners; at 1094 E. Kentucky St., 40204. This is a new location. EarthSave Louisville's Phytophile* Potluck-- Saturday, February 13th, 6-8 p.m. Come for the food; stay for the inspiration. * Phytophile: Plant-loving 6 p.m. POTLUCK: Bring a plant-based dish (cooked or raw) , your recipe to share, and your own utensils/plates. The serving table is always "The Bomb". 7 p.m. PROGRAM: Real-world, gonzo-groove cooking on a budget for the masses! The chief chef extraordinaire for the downtown Salvation Army, Timothy Tucker, will be presenting his ideas, projects, and avenues for our involvement. Timothy spans the world with his mind and body. He has things that we need to hear. Food is a doorway to the imagination, let's talk about it. In this economy,among other things, he has educational programs underway for employment. Lets talk about it: Health. Jobs. Art. Conscientiousness. Come! 8 p.m. MIX, MINGLE and MUSIC: At 8:15pm, private conversations can occur with the presenter, also a helpful scientific nutrition article will be reviewed, furthermore a discourse about food/animals/planet ethics will be in the portico. Bluegrass music will be in the spacious kitchen during clean-up. Riveting vignette videos to expose but not overwhelm will be previewed. The raised bed garden 10 feet from the the front door will be espied and discussed. After-party at The Swan Dive, a vegetarian restaurant, 1 block away!
Paris-Germantown Community Center
1094 E. Kentucky Street
Louisville, KY 40204

Phone: 502.299.9520
Price: 2010 Per Person Cost: $3 with a dish to share or $8 without a dish to share. Kids under 5 are free. Bring a complete place-setting with utensils for a price reduction of $1 per person