In Fall 2016 “Food for All” is presenting a series of lectures by visiting scholars and writers tackling questions of culture, policy, and more through the lens of food. This page is regularly updated with other campus and community events. Unless otherwise noted, all events are free and open to the public.


  APRIL 2017

‘Q FOR THE KIDS
April 20, 2017, 5:00-8:00PM
Kenan-Flagler Business School, Latané Plaza, Chapel Hill, NC
NoKidHungryUNC’s EATS 101 Class is hosting a barbecue to raise support for No Kid Hungry NC at the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.  No Kid Hungry is a statewide program that connects almost one million children to nutrition programs like School Breakfast and Summer Meals.  100% of the funds donated will support No Kid Hungry NC.  This events features a whole hog barbecue, sides, and beverages.  Live music will preform and a silent auction to raise funds for NKH NC.  For tickets, head to Eventbrite.com and search “Q for the Kids” or go to bit.ly/EATS101.

FIRST GARDEN PLANTING & CELEBRATION IN THE EDIBLE CAMPUS GARDEN
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 12:30-4:30PM (Program begins at 2:30PM)
Behind the Davis Library, between Raleigh Street and Lenoir Drive, UNC-Chapel Hill campus
edible campus garden bedsJoin the Edible Campus UNC this Earth Days for an afternoon of planting seeds, painting garden signs, and co-creating this exciting collaborative garden site on campus.  Student artists and local food vendors will be set up alongside the garden, as we celebrate the diverse food, community and social justice ventures that are blossoming across disciplines at Carolina.  For more information or to RSVP, please visit the event page or contact lmindlin@email.unc.edu.

 

UNC’s FIRST FOOD SYSTEMS RESEARCHERS COLLABORATIVE END OF THE YEAR HAPPY HOUR!
Thursday, April 27, 2017, 5:30-7:00PM 
Tru Deli & Wine, 114 Henderson Street, Chapel Hill
You are invited to the UNC-Chapel Hill’s first Food Systems Researchers Collaborative end-of-year Happy Hour!  Are you UNC-Chapel Hill faculty, staff, or graduate students who does research or is interested in doing research on food systems?  We are looking to create a space for food systems researcher across disciplines to come together to share ideas, form bridges, and foster innovation.  Come prepared to discuss your involvement and interests in food systems research.  For additional information contact Ally Clonch or Sophie Kelmenson.

 

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