Mark Your Calendars!
Our 2014 EAT LOCAL & ORGANIC! Expos
KCFC’s 16th Annual Exhibition of Farmers
Hungry for the green of spring? Kick off the farmers market season at the KC Food Circle’s Annual Eat Local (& Organic!) Expos – in the Gym (Fieldhouse) at Johnson County Community College (JCCC) on March 29, and in the Penn Valley Community College Gym on April 12. Meet and buy direct from local organic and free-range farmers and vendors. Snatch up early seedlings, fresh greens, free-range meat and eggs and get our free Directory of local organic and free range producers. You can also get info on farmers market and CSAs.
Some farmers can accept credit cards and checks, but cash is preferred. There are several ATM’s near JCCC, and also just east of MCC Penn Valley on Main Street.
Admission and parking are free. Families are welcome!
RAIN, SNOW or SHINE, these EXPOs will be FINE (and indoors)!
(NOTE: Two venues, Different times, and we have a new Kansas location!)
|Saturday, March 29, 2014 * (9:00 am – 2:00 pm)
Johnson County Community College
12345 College Boulevard (at Quivira Rd)
Overland Park, KS 66210
Can you put up a few flyers to help us spread the word?
Links for EXPO Flyers:
2014-KCFC-Expo-Flyer-FULL.pdf – (8.5″ x 11″ – 274 KB)
Beyond flyering, there are a variety of volunteer opportunities available both before and during the Expos.
Send email to email@example.com for details.
Would you or your company like to help sponsor the Expos? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to explore the benefits of sponsorship.
Spread the word in Facebook!
If you are a local, sustainable grower or a sustainability-related sister organization and are interested in possibly tabling at the Expos, contact Craig Volland at 913-334-0556 to get more information. Tabling space priority is given to our member growers and sponsors.
A huge Thank You! to our 2014 sponsors!
Friends of the Food Circle
Services Provided by:
Graphic Design provided by Joshua Fultz and Rachel Allen
And of course, thanks to all of our members
-both consumers and producers-
without whom none of this would be possible.