Food Not Bombs - Seattle
PROJECTSPage last updated October 18, 2011
SUNDAY DINNEREvery Sunday evening around 6:30pm, Food Not Bombs shares a free veggie meal open to everyone at Occidental Park (in Pioneer Square). We start cooking at about 2:30pm Sunday afternoon - cooking location is in transition. Newcomers are always welcome to get involved with the Sunday Dinner; if you'd like to help out, please just show up to Occidental Park and ask what you can do! We may also be contacted at 206-971-9400, or by email email@example.com
SATURDAY FREE MARKETAnother local FNB project is the Saturday Free Market (a.k.a. "Produce to the People, Right On!").Each week, FNB members and individuals from Yesler Terrace -- a government housing complex -- collect food donated from local co-ops and distribute it at the Yesler Terrace Community Center at noon. Occasionally other household goods are donated for distribution.Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 729-0384 if interested.
CASCADE FREE MARKETThe Cascade Free Market distributes produce every Sunday at 1:30 pm, outside the Cascade People's Center. We have produce, packaged and deli foods, many of which are organic, and some of which include meat. All are welcome.
309 Pontius Ave North, Seattle, WA 98109 cascadepeoplescenter.org
We always need:
(If you feel compelled to give us money, THANKS!But be warned that we don't have a bank account, so we can't cash checks made out to "Food Not Bombs"... please contact us first!)
FLIM NIGHTFlim Night is a monthly gathering hosted by the lovely folks at Gallery 1412, a collectively owned experimental arts venue. On the first Tuesday of every month, Flim Night showcases a variety of film-based art, with special emphasis on subversive humor, activist and revolutionary topics, surrealism and whatever else resonates.
Screenings begin at 7pm
There is no cover charge, but donations are collected for Seattle FNB
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