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The Lunchbox Project Comes to the South Berkeley Farmers’ Market
Tuesday | August 12, 2014 | 4:00 pm — 5:00 pm
South Berkeley Farmers’ Market | Adeline St. and 63rd Street, Berkeley, CA 94703
The Lunchbox Project is Bringing it to Berkeley!
This time we’re going to the Farmers Market!
Let’s Bring It!
Brought to you by Clean Water Action, The Lunchbox Project gathers the masses in a flash-mob style event to purchase meals in their own reusable containers in a way that attracts attention and inspires others to do the same. This is our last event of the summer- You won’t want to miss it!
Inspiring speakers: Susan Freinkel- Author: Plastic: A Toxic Love Story, Miriam Gordon- Clean Water Action, Brendan Moriarty- Creator of The Lunchbox Project, Dylan Cardiff- Ecology Center and Megan Kirkaldie- ECOlunchboxes.
What to Bring: Please bring your reusable food ware. This includes your own cups, containers, and utensils. We will be ordering delicious food from local market vendors!
RSVP on the Facebook event page now and be entered to win reusable prizes (like Klean Kanteen & ECOlunchbox products)! We’ll also send you a reminder to bring your reusable container and cup! Follow the links for great videos from past events. Lunchbox Project Lunchbox Project San Francisco 2012Visit Event Website >>
This event is wheelchair accessible.