When: Saturday, May 25, 2013 8am to 3pm
Location: The Flea at the Downs
Camino de Paz School & Farm
Purchase Tickets Online or by phone at (505) 231-2819
Individual guest: $60/person
Table of six guests: $320
Alumni, children 6-12: $25
Children 5 and under: free
Joel Salatin is an innovative farmer and acclaimed author who has inspired a new generation of family farmers, including our students, through his many books and articles. His 550-acre farm was featured in Michael Pollans’ Omnivore’s Dilemma, the movie, Food, Inc., and the New York Times. He is a witty, down to earth and thought-provoking speaker.
Join us for this spring celebration with good food, entertaining and thought-provoking words and lively music! Dishes prepared by Joe’s Dining, Rancho de Chimayo and our parents from food raised or produced at Camino de Paz: vegetables, eggs, cheese, lamb and goat. Marimba music by our students. You won't want to miss this!
To reserve your place today go to our website, www.caminodepaz.net. Proceeds benefit the Camino de Paz financial aid fund.
Sponsors: Embudo Valley Organics, McCune Charitable Foundation, Steven R. Pantano