Edible Austin Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary

Saturday, June 2, 2012 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
 

 

Edible Austin Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary June 2nd 
Edible Austin magazine, which promotes the local food culture and economy in Central Texas, celebrates its 5th Anniversary and 23rd issue this Saturday, June 2nd at the SFC Farmers' Market Downtown.  Edible Austin will host a booth at the market where shoppers can pick up the Summer 2012 issue and sign up for a chance to win a birthday treat.  At 9:30 am, Edible Austin will receive a special birthday wish during a short program at the market bandstand.  
 
Over the last five years, Edible Austin has inspired readers through their award-winning magazine and events to support and celebrate the growers, producers, chefs, beverage and food artisans and other food professionals across a 30 county area.   Through events like Eat Drink Local Week, Edible Austin helps connect local farmers and restaurants to serve locally sourced dishes on their menus while raising money for non-profits including Urban Roots and Sustainable Food Center, donating $52,000 in 2011.  Publisher Marla Camp has personally invested in the success of the sustainable food community as a charter member and former chair of the Sustainable Food Policy Board. 
 
Edible Austin 5th Anniversary Celebration
June 2, 2012, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, with a special announcement at 9:30 am
Downtown Austin Farmers Market
400 W. Guadalupe (Republic Square Park)
Austin, TX 78701
 
About Edible Austin
Edible Austin is an independently owned, community-based publication that publishes quarterly plus a special annual Edible Austin COOKS! edition and is a member of Edible Communities publications. Edible Austin’s mission is to transform the way our community shops for, cooks, eats and relates to the food that is grown and produced in Central Texas. We celebrate local, sustainable, seasonal, authentic foods and culinary traditions.
 
Posted by Guest on Fri, 06/01/2012 - 6:03pm
422 Guadalupe St
Austin, TX 78701

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