Sunday, October 14, 11:00am to 12:30pm

River and Woods, 2328 Pearl Street, Boulder, $30

Eat delicious and locally sourced food at River and Woods while discussing issues related to “Eating Animals” like humanely raising animals, the benefits of combining organic farming with raising animals, and factory farming. You will get to meet the “Eating Animals” panelists: Alan Lewis of Natural Grocers, Jill Skokan of Black Cat Farm, Katie Belle Miller of Heritage Belle Farms, and Paul Willis, a founder of Niman Ranch.

Later that day, catch the screening and panel discussion for Eating Animals at 3:30pm. (Tickets for the brunch and film are separate.)

Menu includes:
Coffee and service fee but not additional beverages or food other than the following

Starter Course (family-style):
— House Made Scones

Choice of Entree:
— Organic Farmer’s Market Salad: Seasonal citrus, White Mountain quinoa, local beets, seasonal Western Slope fruit, Haystack Chevre, Chickpea croutons, honey poppyseed vinaigrette
— Gold Miner’s Breakfast: Scrambled Wisdom Farm duck eggs, breakfast potatoes, Grateful Bread 16 grain toast, Tender Belly bacon, local organic jam
— Croissant B.E.L.T.: Tender Belly bacon, Buckner Ranch over-easy egg, heirloom tomato, chive cream, organic greens, calabrian pepper aioli, breakfast potatoes
— Breakfast Burrito: Raquelitas flour tortilla, Polidori chorizo, sour cream, green chili cheddar queso, Buckner Ranch sunny side up egg (Vegetarian available)

Food allergies and dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated. Advance ticket sales are required.

$30 per person

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