June 10 Second Saturday

  • Raleigh, NC

Our events celebrating local food and community are spread around the Raleigh Food Corridor and Downtown Raleigh throughout the day on JUNE 10!

This month we are highlighting the intersection of local food and the non-profits who are working to improve our local food system. Plus we've got our full day of workshops, community events, meals, restaurant specials and other local food fun. 
 


RESTAURANT SPECIALS

 

TROPHY TAP + TABLE
Entire month of June
225 S Wilmington St
$1 from every Yard of the Month is donated to Raleigh Food Corridor.

STANDARD FOODS
Just the Tips
205 E Franklin St
June 10 . Midnight to 2am
Bartender John Parra slings drinks and Standard Foods' line cooks prepare unique bar food for charity. All tips donated to Raleigh Food Corridor. 

ESCAZU CHOCOLATES
936 N Blount St
Blueberry Confection and Blueberry Cheesecake
Lewis Farm in Rocky Point, NC


EVENTS

 

YOGA AT THE FARM
pay as you can yoga class
Raleigh City Farm and Katie Breen (RYT 200)
800 N Blount St
8:00am - 9:00am

Join us at the Farm bright and early each Saturday morning for pay-what-you-can open level vinyasa flow yoga led by yoga instructor, Katie Breen (RYT 200). Bring your mat, water and a signed waiver.

$10 suggested donation w/ partial proceeds going back to Raleigh City Farm, an urban farm w/ a mission of growing new urban farms and farm entrepreneurs to strengthen sustainable, healthy food systems.

More info: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/ODcwNQ==


YOGAFEST RALEIGH
popup yoga
Barbara Vosk at Alliance Medical Ministry
101 Donald Ross Dr
8:00am - 9:00am

Join us to have fun and fund yoga programs at the Boys & Girls Club, Teen Center, Alliance Medical Ministry, and Chavis Park. Alliance Medical Ministry is the site of a Raleigh Food Corridor Nutrition Hub.

June 10 @ 8-9am at Alliance Medical Ministry taught by Barbara Vosk
June 17 @ 8-9am at The Well Fed Community Garden taught by @Alisha Nissenfeld
June 24 @ 9-10am at Neomonde Deli taught by Mary Klier Scudella

1 pop-up session: $16 or $36 for all 3!

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1844374062493458
or contact Shannan for more information on sponsorship and how to become a vendor: yogafestnc@gmail.com


GARDEN GALLOP 5K
a 5K fundraiser
The Food Ark and Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
Dorothea Dix Park
8:00am - 10:00am

My name is Meredith Brown, and I am a junior at Broughton High School. I am involved with my school’s chapter of the Food Ark, a group which works to promote healthy food options and to fight food insecurity. We have worked closely with the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, and it has become a personal goal of mine to promote their principles. With that in mind, I am currently organizing a race to raise money for the organization’s goal of teaching those who live on a strict budget to shop for healthy food items and how to run a garden of their own! Join us on June 10, 2017, for the Food Shuttle Garden Gallop 5K to benefit the Camden Street Learning Garden! We welcome everyone of every age! Run it, walk it or even push a stroller. All proceeds will go to the garden!

REGISTER FOR 5K TODAY!
https://fsseries.com/event/food-shuttle-garden-gallop-5k-run-walk/register/

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/233084630501636/


BIKE RIDE TO FARMERS MARKET
a community bike ride
Oaks and Spokes, East Coast Greenway Alliance
start at Chavis Park, 505 MLK Jr Blvd
end at NC Farmers Market
10 am meetup

Join Oaks and Spokes and East Coast Greenway Alliance for a 4 mile greenway bike ride to the NC Farmers Market. We'll be meeting at Chavis Community Center at 10:00am for this fun ride! This is a ride for all ages and abilities. We encourage participants to wear a helmet.

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1119014204870805


NECTAR PLANTS FOR BIRDS, BEES + BUTTERFLIES
a gardening workshop
Bee Better
3412 Yelverton Circle
10:00am - 11:00am

A garden workshop with the one and only Helen Yoast covering topics on Sustainable practices. Waterwise. Organic. Pesticide free. Food, Water, Cover, and a place to raise their young.  Refreshments available for a donation. 


COMPOSTING WORKSHOP + PILE BUILD
a gardening workshop
Raleigh City Farm
800 N Blount St
10:00am - 11:00am

Join Terra Nova Composting Cooperative for this event to learn how to successfully compost organic materials in your backyard or community garden. This workshop is educational, hands-on, family-friendly, and free and open to the public!

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1453904731335166/


PERENNIAL EDIBLES: CARING FOR FRUITING TREES & SHRUBS
a gardening workshop
Logan's One Stop Garden Shop
707 Semart Dr
10:00am - 11:00am

Plant them once and watch them fruit! From choosing a location for your fruiting perennial to plucking your harvest, Logan's will educate you on the care required for these wonderful trees and shrubs! Plus Logan's workshops come with coupons to shop.

Please register by calling 919-828-5337 or come sign up in the store by the customer service desk.


THE SATURDAY MARKET AT REBUS
a weekly neighborhood market
Rebus Works
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.


URBAN HARVEST: GROWING IN RALEIGH
a gardening workshop
Logan's One Stop Garden Shop
707 Semart Dr
11:00am - 12:00pm

Learn trade secrets to growing vegetables in small spaces!

Please register by calling 919-828-5337 or come sign up in the store by the customer service desk.


PAY WHAT YOU CAN BRUNCH
a community meal
A Place at the Table Raleigh
18 Seaboard
11:00am - 2:00pm

Join A Place at the Table for its Second Saturday pop-up lunch with 18 Seaboard!

A Place at the Table is a local non-profit organization providing pay what you can meals to create a place for community and healthy food for all regardless of means. Join them for their pop-up lunch this month. Come have a delicious brunch with us (at a community table!), share in great community, and pay-what-you-can for a meal.

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1823653127651484


SOUTHPARK FESTIVAL
a community + heritage event
Passage Home, The Friend's Committee, Faith Partners
500 Hoke St
11:00am - 3:00pm

Lets be Friends. An open community + heritage celebration featuring face painting, balloons, dj, health screenings, mural contest, Cynthia Jones - Gospel Soul Artist, voter registration, and more!


PORK OUT
a fundraiser cooking competition
benefiting Raleigh Rescue Mission
Lafayette Village, 8450 Honeycutt Rd
11am - 3pm

Enjoy up to 20 teams’ BBQ as they compete for People’s Choice. Come out and cheer on our own, Chef Kirby!!!! Be sure to enjoy the other great food, shopping, Live Music, and more!
Ticket sales will start at 11 am on the Green. Tickets to cast your vote are $10 per set of 5 tickets & one voting card.. Tickets are LIMITED, so get there early! Don’t worry, If tickets sell out there will still be other fun activities and good food to eat!
All proceeds from the contest will go to support Raleigh Rescue Mission

More info and ticket registration:
https://www.raleighrescue.org/event/2017/06/pork-out-benefiting-raleigh-rescue-mission/


BEE KEEPING
a pollinator workshop and hive opening
Apiopolis and April Hamblin
at Well Fed Community Garden, 1321 Athens Drive
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Alice Hinman, founder of Apiopolis, a non profit urban bee sanctuary in Raleigh, will describe natural and sustainable beekeeping practices.

April Hamblin, a NC State graduate studying bees and entomology, will describe native pollinators.

Uli Gratzl, an Apiopolis board member, garden designer and plantswoman, we talk about what a healthy bee habitat looks like.

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2296571143900533
Tickets are only $10. Please email us at garden@irregardless.com for information about student discounts.


PERSHING FARMERS MARKET
a neighborhood market
Neuse River Brewing, Nickelpoint Brewing
518 Pershing Rd
2pm - 5pm

Last year Neuse River Brewing and Nickelpoint Brewing Co. brought you the Pershing Street Market filled with all our favorite local vendors. For 2017, we're changing up the format a bit and partnering with Second Saturday to bring you Pershing Farmers Market!

Focused on local food purveyors, this market is the ideal way to spend your day shopping for the coming week... by drinking a beer at the same time, of course!


A MORNING OF VOLUNTEERING

spend you're morning helping local gardens create good food.

 

ALLIANCE MEDICAL MINISTRIES COMMUNITY GARDEN
101 Donald Ross Dr
9:00am - 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.

 

CAMDEN STREET LEARNING GARDEN
Inter-Faith Food Shuttle with Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation
315 Camden St
9:00am - 12:00pm

For 2017 Second Saturdays, the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation has partnered with Camden Street Learning Garden! Join us in the garden as we assist with planting, mulching, and harvesting all while learning more about urban gardening and food deserts. Please register in advance.

Part of Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, Camden Street Learning Garden is a green space in the middle of a city where kids, families, and individuals can be in nature. The Learning Garden features a large community growing area to increase access to fresh food in the neighborhood. This event brings volunteers to a community gardens where we can garden together and get to know one another while supporting this great organization.

Register to volunteer here!

 

FERTILE GROUND FARMERS MARKET CANVASSING
Fertile Ground, Vital Link Center
1214 Lenoir St
9:30am meetup

Help Fertile Ground, Southeast Raleigh's Grocery Store Cooperative announce their upcoming Farmers Market in the neighborhoods around the Vital Link School where the market will be held.

Easy to volunteer, just show up and wear your smiles and your FGFC t-shirt if you have one as we canvass the neighborhood with flyers and doorhangers.

Let them know if you can make it!

More Info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/136784246875476


Want to host an event on Second Saturday?

 

Check out our simple guidelines and contact us with your idea so we can help make it happen.  We love to include new partners!