Enjoy an Indigenous Dinner on a Rooftop Garden

Photos courtesy of Slow Food East Bay.


Slow Food East Bay continues its Cultural Food Traditions project with Indigenous America, a dinner held on a beautiful rooftop garden in Berkeley. Taste Native American cuisine prepared by Wahpepah’s Kitchen and be part of a conversation on land sovereignty and history. The evening features Crystal Wahpepah of the Kickapoo Nation and women from Sogorea Te Land Trust, an Indigenous women-led organization that facilitates the return of Bay Area Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone lands to Indigenous stewardship. Bluma Flower Farms hosts the event in its lovely garden. Cost: Sliding scale $45–$85. Info and tickets: here
Slow Food East Bay’s Cultural Food Traditions Project: Indigenous America
Sunday June 30, 5–8pm
The rooftop at Garden Village
2201 Dwight Way, Berkeley