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Vegetarian Potluck

Time: January 31, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Woodbridge Library Meeting Room
Street: 10 Newton Rd
City/Town: Woodbridge
Website or Map: http://www.woodbridge.lioninc…
Phone: 203-389-3433
Event Type: potluck
Organized By: Massaro Farm and Woodbridge Library
Latest Activity: Jan 29, 2018

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Massaro Farm and Woodbridge Town Library are partnering up on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 @ 6:00 P.M. for a Vegetarian Potluck Supper. Those interested in attending are asked to prepare and bring a dish to share that is vegetarian, delicious, and healthy.  

For ideas of what dish to make and bring, everyone is encouraged to check out a vegetarian cookbook from the Woodbridge Library’s extensive collection of cookbooks.

In addition to bringing a dish to share, please bring a copy of the dish’s recipe with your name on it. This will enable others who enjoy your dish to talk to you at the potluck about how you made it, and also help those with specific food allergies to be mindful of your dish’s ingredients. After the potluck, copies of all the recipes will be posted on the Massaro Farm website for everyone to use.  

Paper plates, napkins, cutlery, and cups will be supplied. Please remember to bring a serving spoon with your dish.

To register for the Massaro Community Potluck Supper, please visit www.woodbridgetownlibrary.org  or call the library at 203-389-3433.

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