Author Mark Winne will share his insights about Boise’s blossoming food scene, from his 2019 book “Food Town USA: Seven Unlikely Cities that are Changing the Way We Eat”.
Hint: Boise is one of the Seven!
Gather with other local book & food lovers to prep for the author discussion; get your copy of the book AND a tour of Roots Zero Waste Market (and munch on delicious, healthy appetizers). Then grab a front-row seat to hear Mark Winne’s reading and discussion of his book Food Town USA, highlighting Boise’s role in the national food scene and the role food plays in creating Boise’s 21st century identity. Follow Winne to The Cellar at Bittercreek Alehouse/Red Feather Lounge for great food and superb conversation. You’ll have the opportunity for a follow-up book chat at Roots Zero Waste Market, plus a personal guided tour of the Boise Farmer’s Market! Join us for one event or ALL, but do not miss this opportunity to glean insights and share ideas about Boise’s food scene, based on the reading of Mark Winne’s Food Town USA: Seven Unlikely Cities that are Changing the Way We Eat — It’s the Foodfort Read 2020!
March 20 @6:00 pm: gather at Roots Zero Waste Market for book introduction and market tour. Books available for purchase. More info.
March 27 @11:30 am: Mark Winne’s reading and discussion, Idaho State Museum during Foodfort 2020. More info.
March 27 @1:30 pm: lunch and conversation with author Mark Winne, The Cellar at Bittercreek Alehouse & Red Feather Lounge. $20 with limited seating. Get tickets.
April 2 @6:00 pm: Foodfort Read 2020 follow-up discussion with local readers and foodies, Roots Zero Waste Market. More info.
April 11 @10:00 am: Boise Farmer’s Market guided tour for Foodfort Read 2020 participants and foodies. More info.