Time: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Discussions around how we choose what we eat, local food and global impact will be the focus at an upcoming continuing education conference presented by the IUPUI Alumni Association. Inspired by IUPUI’s inaugural Common Theme book, Deep Economy by Bill McKibben, and the 2010 Spirit & Place theme, a distinguished panel of faculty and local experts will explore how and why we consume food – its sources, quality, culture, and markets and the consequences of our consumption on our local and worldwide community. Join thought provoking discussions and be prepared to challenge your current way of thinking while joining others who share a passion for learning and engagement.
Pre-registration is required for this event as seating is limited.
For more information, registration and to download a brochure for the event visit the IUPUI web site or contact Kimberly Helton at 317-274-8905 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also access information online at www.alumni.iupui.edu.
The snow continues to fall, but for those who feel they can safely make it to market tomorrow, WE WILL BE OPEN!
We have had some of our scheduled vendors who were announced in the newsletter cancel due to rural roads or travel distance in wintry weather. Those NOT coming tomorrow include:
Brown Family Farm
Heartland Family Farm
Lena’s Mediterranean Kitchen
Wild Alaska Salmon
Willowfield Lavender Farm
Others may not be able to make it, but as of 7:15 a.m., we still have 40 fabulous vendors planning to be there this morning! Please make safe and wise decisions about whether you’ll join us. Drive slowly, and come a little later perhaps!
See you there!