Capacity Crowds and a segment on MPR’s ART HOUNDS

We are very appreciative of all the great press we’ve gotten for this show…

Last week we were featured on ART HOUNDS, as Molly Balcom got to tell listeners about performance projects she is excited about.

You can listen to ART HOUNDS by clicking HERE.  (Special thanks to Chris Roberts as well!)

Also, we’ve been filling up our gardens with enthusiastic audiences and capacity crowds.  Please make sure and RSVP!

Our next performance is SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5th at NICOLLET ISLAND FARM at 4:00.  (there performance starts at the corner of Maple Place and Nicollet Street).

Molly Balcom is a performance creator herself, requently using food in here work.  Past performances have included edible paper and food foraging around the Soap Factory as a part of Artery 24.

Molly Balcom in a performance of bread of our mothers / color of money at the Mill City Museum.

Molly Balcom in a performance of bread of our mothers / color of money at the Mill City Museum.

INTERVIEW on THE HEAVY TABLE

There is a nice interview featuring our chef Nick Schneider and our director Scotty Reynolds.

This site covers a lot of great stuff going on in the local food and restaurant scene.

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Many thanks to the HEAVY TABLE and James Norton.

Yolanda Cotterall shares another delicious story at the Eat Street Community Garden!!

Yolanda Cotterall shares another delicious story at the Eat Street Community Garden!!

Make a reservation by calling 612.619.2112.

Our sites for this weekend our quite pristine!

The BIRCHWOOD COMMUNITY GARDEN (26th and Vernon in St. Louis Park, behind Reformation Lutheran Church)

and the JD RIVERS’ CHILDRENS GARDEN in Theodore Wirth Park (Glenwood and Washburn Avenue North).

opening crowd

The opening weekend crowd enjoy sweet corn following the performance!

Meredith Cain-Nielsen as Eurydice is consumed by death!

Meredith Cain-Nielsen as Eurydice is consumed by death!

Thanks to Jeffry Lusiak and Brad Dahlgaard for these great photos.