Join Cathy for a reading from The Southern Harvest Cookbook, sample some recipes from the book, and get your copy signed at McIntyre's Books in Fearrington Village, Chapel Hill, NC.
Join Cathy for a reading from The Southern Harvest Cookbook, sample some recipes from the book, and get your copy signed at Park Road Books in Charlotte NC.
Join Cathy for a reading from The Southern Harvest Cookbook, sample some recipes from the book, and get your copy signed at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro NC.
Come celebrate the release of The Southern Harvest Cookbook with a Launch Party at West End Bakery, January 10th 7-9pm. Fifty percent of my proceeds from this book go to nonprofits working on sustainable agriculture and food justice initiatives.
Asheville City Council Forum: LGBTQ Legal and Lived Equality
Join us for a city council forum on LGBTQ issues in Asheville. This event is cosponsored by Tranzmission, Blue Ridge Pride Center, Western North Carolina AIDS Project (WNCAP) and the Campaign for Southern Equality.
Learn more about the final 6 candidates running for city council and their policy positions specific to LGBTQ legal and lived equality in Asheville.
The groups hosting are not endorsing any candidates per our 501c3 status. We are non-partisan and focused on issue-based advocacy.
*Childcare will be provided, please RSVP with your number of kiddos.*
Friendship Hall at the UCC Church is accessible and all are welcome. Parking on Oak and Woodfin Streets is free after 6 p.m.
· Hosted by Campaign for Southern Equality
Celebration of Champions is ACSF’s signature annual event to raise funds for cornerstone programs including: professional development opportunities for teachers, IRL (In Real Life) after-school program, TAPAS (Teaching Artists Presenting in Asheville Schools), and the Equity Fund.
Join us for our May meeting to get motivitated and inspired to continue working for economic and racial justice, equal rights for all, protection of the environment and our climate, and all of the important causes you are fighting for!
In a musician & artist household that walks, gardens, and participates daily in our community, we feel strongly that the campaign to Be 'Bout it Being Better should not purchase new, plastic signage to display in our neighborhoods.