HPNA is joining with Trinity United Methodist Church in Austin’s Sunday Supper. Let’s all come to the table on Sunday, January 15th to talk about an issue that threatens peace for many people every day: food insecurity. Meet your neighbors, engage in discussion, and discover opportunities to have a part in developing a sustainable community food system. Then, on Monday, January 16th, put words into action by working with neighbors to begin work on the community garden at The Griffin School.
On the Menu:
Peace Through Pie. What could be more inclusive or more inviting than pie? Everyone has a favorite recipe, along with a story that involves smiles, and we’ll each get a taste for that warmth and diversity on Sunday evening.
Sunday, January 15 from 5-7:30pm at Trinity UMC (4001 Speedway) Bring a pie of any sort, sweet or savory. Pizza and empanadas are pies too! We’d love it if you’d share your recipe and pie story!
Monday, January 16 from 12-4pm at The Griffin School (5001 Evans Ave.)
12-1 Bring a pie and share lunch with other volunteers
1-4 Community service project – community garden
Sponsors include Trinity United Methodist Church, AHB Community School, Amigos Austin, Center for Inquiry Austin, The Griffin School, Hyde Park Neighborhood Association and Theatre Action Project.
Panelists include Castle Hill Cafe, Green Corn Project, Green Gate Farms, Health Start, Urban Roots Austin and Wendy Hill Organics.