local movie night + a giveaway

by eringoodman on September 11, 2009

in community, events, farms + food

 FRESH, the movie

SUNDAY (Sept. 13) @ Casey Farm

Saunderstown, RI 

Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Movie will start at about 7:30 p.m. 


By donation ($5 per person suggested)


{Please note: This is “Plan B” – we were originally planning to show the movie Saturday night but we had to postpone due to rain. If Sunday’s weather does not cooperate “Plan C” will be an indoor location on a yet-to-be-determined date.}


Bring a blanket and/or chairs to sit on, a picnic dinner and beverage of your choice to enjoy. We’ll also have pastured pork hot dogs and kielbasa ($4), grass-fed beef burgers ($5) and cheeseburgers ($6), organic popcorn ($2) and bottled water ($1) for sale!


There will be supervised activities for children in the barn. PLEASE e-mail me at caseyfarmnews@gmail.com if you are planning to utilize childcare so we can be sure to have enough care-providers and age-appropriate activities.


** Don’t forget to bring warm clothes for layering and a flashlight to find your way back to your car after the movie (which should end around 8:45 p.m.). **

And now for the giveaway (which is open world-wide)…

To be entered to win a copy of FRESH, the movie, along with in-home screening rights for up to 20 people, leave a comment here between now and Monday at NOON (EST).

If you feel inspired to do so, please share what steps you have taken (big or small) to support the sustainable food movement.

Good Luck and Happy Weekend!

Comments closed. And the winner is…

Lily Boot, who said:

ooooh I haven’t heard of that film – I’ll have to look it up. I’m so impressed with the efforts both you and your readers go to to eat in a sustainable and cruelty-free way. My family’s contributions are much more modest – we have only bought free range eggs and chicken for the last 15 years, and for the last 6 years have bought Barambah organic milk and dairy products (they produce the most beautiful, creamy milk). We shop at small independent stores – buy our fruit and vegetables at the fruit store and our meat (free range) at the butcher. This summer, we are growing some of our own vegetables and herbs. We have read Barbara Kingsolver’s book, and “In Defense of Food” by Michael Pollan and are very committed to continuing to be proactive in our food choices.

Congratulations Lily and thank you to all for your thoughtful comments!


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