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Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010 06:11 am

Food flicks

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Friday night see two documentaries, Baking Bread, about a Korean-American family who invites an Iranian friend to prepare a final meal for their dying father; and Fresh, a film focused on the production and distribution of healthy food that is good for people and good for the planet. A panel discussion follows with Marty and Kris Travis from Spence Farm and Chip Kennedy from 5Flavors. Slow Food Springfield is a local group of ecologically-minded people concerned with sustainability, food taste, small growers and artisanal producers, our physical environment and biodiversity.

Slow Food Springfield Film Festival
Friday, Jan. 29
6:30-9pm
Abraham Lincoln Unitarian Universalist Congregation
745 Woodside Rd
585-9550
$5, free for students with ID

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