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Join WBEZ Chicago, Angelic Organics Learning Center and Green City Market at NoMi Kitchen for a nourishing four-course meal and beverages in their gorgeous dining room overlooking Chicago’s Magnificent Mile and Lake Michigan.
HEAL your mind, body and spirit at this event discussing the health of our food and communities. Medical and agricultural experts will explain how soil, food, and environment affects our individual gut microbiomes and overall health. They will also explore the how the introduction of mindful eating, shared meals, and sustainable agriculture can heal our bodies and communities. Come to the table for this evening of delicious food, enriching discussion, and community!
Each $85 ticket includes appetizers, a 3-course seated dinner, and cocktails, wine & beer provided by Chicago purveyors.
Seasonal menus incorporate ingredients from local farms, and will be posted one week prior to the event. Email us with questions or dietary concerns. Space is limited.
6:30pm - Cocktails & Appetizers
7:00pm - Dinner & Discussion
Chefs & Presenters:
Dr. Jack Gilbert, Director of the Microbiome Institute at University of Chicago; Dr. Sonia Oyola, Integrative Family Physician and Director of Family Medicine M3 & M4 Clerkships at University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Medicine; Harry Rhodes, Executive Director of Growing Home; Tom Spaulding, Executive Director of Angelic Organics Learning Center
The Come to the Table Dinner Series joins local chefs, farmers, innovators, and food advocates for three seasonal dinners at farm-to-table restaurants in Chicago. Each event includes a custom created farm-to-table menu, beverages, and lively discussion about the intersections of food, agriculture, and community. The series began in 2016 as a vehicle for discussing different food system topics over a shared meal at restaurants that also support sustainable local food & farms. Now in its third season, the series is presented by Angelic Organics Learning Center, Green City Market, and WBEZ 91.5 Chicago. All proceeds benefit the missions and work of the presenting non-profit organizations. Partner restaurants and purveyors are committed to sourcing locally and sustainably whenever possible.
ABOUT THE HOST ORGANIZATIONS:
Angelic Organics Learning Center builds sustainable local food and farm systems. They reach more than 5,000 people annually through farmer training programs, urban agriculture programs, and on-farm workshops, camps, field trips & farm stays. Angelic Organics Learning Center was founded in 1999 as a nonprofit educational partner to Angelic Organics CSA farm.
Green City Market is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cultivating a sustainable Chicago food system through vibrant farmers markets, edible education for youth, and fresh food access initiatives. Green City Market's programs increase the availability of quality food, connect local farmers to the community, and promote understanding of how food gets to our plates.
WBEZ 91.5 Chicago is Chicagoland’s premier media hub for high quality, fact-based journalism and engaging, entertaining audio programs and podcasts. WBEZ’s award-winning investigative journalists ask tough questions, dig deep for answers and expose truths that spark change. WBEZ Chicago is owned and operated by Chicago Public Media.