Celebrate summer at this month's Second Saturday events! Come out for food, gardening and fun events all celebrating local food and community around the Raleigh Food Corridor and Downtown Raleigh throughout the day of Second Saturday!
Second Saturday is a once-a-month celebration of local food and community. We'll be hosting showcases, community events, cooking and gardening workshops, mornings of volunteering, idea generating sessions, local food specials, and much more.
Giving you - the Raleigh community - plenty of opportunities to engage and support your local food system.
Friday Night Special Event
THIS IS AMERICA:
A Hurricane Florence Relief Benefit + Party
at Transfer Co Food Hall
500 E Davie St
Friday night Oct 12! 7:00pm - 11:30pm
Transfer Company Food Hall + Friends Present THIS IS AMERICA: A Hurricane Florence Relief Benefit + Party. Benefiting the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC and the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center, organizations working directly with communities devastated by Hurricane Florence, Transfer Company is offering a sneak preview of its continuing build-out and what’s to come in early 2019 as it opens the Food Hall with its own food purveyors and line-up of incredibly talented and generous friends. For $35, please join us next Friday, October 12th, 2018, at 7 PM as we eat, drink, and dance to raise money to support our neighbors in central and eastern NC.
Featuring Bar Snacks + Beverages By:
Appalachian Mountain Brewery and Cidery
Ashley Christensen (Beasley's Chicken + Honey, Poole's Diner, Chuck's)
Bordeaux Fine and Rare
Burial Beer Co.
Capital Club 16
Che Empanadas, Raleigh
Cheney Brothers, Inc.
Crank Arm Brewing Company
Crude Bitters & Sodas
Key City Spirits
Locals Seafood and Locals Oyster Bar
Marshall Berg Farm
Person Street Bar
Sweet Peas Urban Gardens
Tazza Kitchen Cameron Village
Tito's Handmade Vodka
Trophy Brewing Company
Videri Chocolate Factory
Vinnie's Steak House
Wicked Weed Brewing
Magic City Disco
More info on the Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/171726190399952/
Second Saturday Events!
YOGA IN THE GARDEN
a yoga class
The Well Fed Community Garden
1321 Athens Dr.
8:00am - 9:00am
Start your Second Saturday with an energizing morning flow with Kerri Ann. Feel connected with the natural space around you through this outdoor yoga class.
Rain or shine. Suggested $10 donation
BIKE RIDE TO FARMER'S MARKET
a bike adventure
Oaks and Spokes and East Coast Greenway Alliance
We’ve enjoyed several rides this season but we unfortunately have to cancel the October ride. Check out Oaks and Spokes for other great rides to round out your year.
INTRO TO VEGGIE FERMENTATION
a preserving workshop
Piedmont Picnic Project and Raleigh City Farm
800 N Blount St
10:00am - 12:00pm
Learn how to ferment your own vegetables at home! Hear stories about southern ferments... is sauerkraut a southern tradition? Find out!
We'll use fresh farm veggies to make salty, sour, pro-biotic-rich fermented vegetables - including sauerkraut, kimchi, and root veggies!
Try samples in class and make and take a jar of your own to let ferment at home! We'll give you all the information you need to know and handouts to take with you.
TICKETS AVAILABLE THROUGH FACEBOOK LINK.
a garden workday
Compost Now and Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
315 Camden St
10:00am - 12:00pm
Our Compost Kitchen, a collaborative composting system with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, is cooking!
Join us every second Saturday of the month for our Compost Kitchen workdays! We'll be offering a hands-on composting experience at the Compost Kitchen located at the Camden St. Learning Garden. Join us in building a compost pile from scratch, and learn about the beauty of composting in the process!
Everyone is welcome! Remember to wear closed-toed shoes, and bring your reusable water bottle, if possible.
More info on the Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2145531442436597/
THE SATURDAY MARKET AT REBUS
a weekly neighborhood market
301 Kinsey St
10:00am - 1:00pm
Boylan Heights' weekly neighborhood market inside Rebus Works, bringing together farmers, bakers, crafts people, food trucks and craft brewers since 2011. Every Saturday. Bringing our community together to support our local small businesses while providing local, sustainable and organic foods in a fun, family-friendly environment.
a pay-what-you-can meal
A Place at the Table
300 W Hargett St. #50
10:00am - 3:00pm
A Place at the Table provides community and healthy food for all regardless of means. Join your neighbors for a brunch special outside on the sidewalk at the brand new brick and mortar cafe! January 8th, A Place at the Table opened as a pay-what-you-can cafe at 300 W. Hargett St in downtown Raleigh. It is a welcoming and inviting space that provides an opportunity for all people to come and experience conversation and community while enjoying an excellent, fresh, and healthy meal. People long for a community, a place to fit in, a place to feel welcome, and a place to be a part of something bigger than just themselves.
a family event
Logan's One Stop Garden Shop
707 Semart Dr
11:00am - 4:00pm
Join us on Saturday, October 13 for our annual Harvest Festival & good family fun! Hayrides, Bounce House, Face Painting,Pumpkin Painting, Games, & More. Food by Jive Turkey Legs & Ice Cream by Two Roosters Ice Cream.
More info on the Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2000363816653396/
GROW YOUR OWN MICROGREENS
a gardening workshop
The Well Fed Community Garden and Sweet Peas Urban Gardens
1321 Athens Dr.
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Learn how to start your own microgreens at home!
Microgreens are easy to grow, tasty on salads and soups, and packed full of antioxidants and other nutrients!
Join us and Tami Purdue of Sweet Peas Urban Gardens for a hands on workshop all about microgreens. You will leave with lots of knowledge and your very own tray of microgreens.
Tami Purdue started Sweet Peas Urban Gardens in 2014 in her own backyard. Tami and her team use a retrofitted shipping container for a hydroponic growing system where they grow over fifty-five varieties of microgreens and vegetable shoots.
Suggested $5 cash donation for the cost of materials.
We hope to see you there!
More info on the Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/302493503666771/
Dairy-licious: Dairy Fermentation
a preserving workshop
Piedmont Picnic Project and NC Museum of History
5 E Edenton St
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Dairy and World War I go together like . . . cows and butter? Learn about the history of dairying in Raleigh and how it relates to the First World War, then work through simple techniques for three fermented dairy products you can make at home: kefir, crème fraîche, and buttermilk. You’ll go home with handouts and your own kefir grains!
$15 per participant; $10 for MOHA/museum members. Register in advance; any remaining tickets will be available at the door for $20.
Support for this interactive workshop is provided by the Piedmont Picnic Project and the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation Inc. Support for History of the Harvest on Bicentennial Plaza is provided by the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation Inc.
More info on the Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/305232166720715/
A MORNING OF VOLUNTEERING
spend you're morning helping local gardens create good food
ALLIANCE MEDICAL MINISTRIES COMMUNITY GARDEN
101 Donald Ross Dr
9:30am - 12:00pm
Come dig in our garden! With nine rows and 20 boxes, there is always work to be done -- planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting! Our Community Garden presents the perfect opportunity for churches, companies, and families to get active and help us produce the fruits and vegetables that are given directly to our patients.
Alliance's Community Garden, built with the help of Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, benefits both Alliance patients and community partners who support the garden, including the Boys and Girls Club, local congregations, and area families. All fresh produce grown in our garden is handed directly to patients by their providers, along with a healthy recipe using those fruits and vegetables. Located on two acres adjacent to the AMM clinic at the intersection of New Bern Avenue and Donald Ross Drive, the garden is a productive use of the land and a highly visible reminder that healthy living begins with healthy eating.