Music and Dinner: A GREAT way to end Greening Flatbush!

What better way to end the day’s events at Greening Flatbush than with LIVE MUSIC, followed by a delicious Community Meal!

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Listen to a preview of Gaitambó here!

4:45 to 5:30 pm: Live music and appetizers! Enjoy Afro-Colombian rhythms and songs of the musical ensemble Gaitambó. According to their bio — they seek to maintain and perpetuate the oral and acoustic folklore of a music which was born through the fusion of African, Colombian, Indigenous and European ancestry.

5:30 to 7 pm:  Join your neighbors for a delicious healthy vegetarian meal lovingly prepared by local community chef David Cohen, Barry Schwartz (of Barry’s Tempeh), 718 Collective, Margaret Dunn-Carver and Jeff Campoli, and our group of volunteers. Continue the lively discussions and interactions that resulted from your participation in the day’s events. Meet new neighbors and say hello to old ones. And share, learn, and build relationships around sustainable living in our communities.

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s on the menu (subject to change without notice):

Main Course:

Ginger Rice
South Indian Dahl
Roasted Herb Mushrooms
Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

Barbecue Tempeh

Massaged Kale Salad with Grated Carrot and Sesame Seeds
Red Cabbage Slaw

Homemade ice cream
Fig and Date Bars

Drink:  Cool Ginger Mint Herbal Tea

WHEN: Sunday, March 25 at the Flatbush Reformed Church!

See you there!

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