The governor Kate Brown, signed Senate Bill 320 that allows for a food establishment located within residential dwelling to produce limited amounts of certain foods for sale without being regulated by State Department of Agriculture. HB320 goes into effect on January 1, 2016. DCCFW wrote a letter of support for HB 320.
“The American Brew: The Rich and Surprising History of Beer” is an upbeat adventure produced by Public Broadcasting Service. As usual, Dairy Creek Community Food Web will screen this free film, offer you free popcorn and finish with fine conversation at the Forest Grove Grange, 1917 “B” Street.
Show starts at 7:30, ends about 9. ” The American Brew explores the evolution of beer throughout the centuries. Rich tales, interviews with industry experts, and an inside look at brewing innovations create a compelling anthem to this national beverage that all beer-lovers will appreciate.”
As an extra , you can use the info you gain to start finishing Scrabble and Trivia before everyone else! “Why wasn’t beer included in Prohibition.” Hint: Think “root of all evil”.
Welcoming new farmers Spoke & Leaf Farm and Hamel Farms! Ice Cream Social 6:30 pm. Market Sprouts plant in the community garden with Mel VanDomelen & Edgar Sanchez. Weekly canned food drive for the North Plains Food Pantry. OSU Extension Master Food Preservation Volunteers will be on hand. Live Music in the Rogue Brew Pub & Eatery outdoor courtyard each week.