Monday 6/19, Comida y tierra (Spanish Conversation)

¿Hablas español?
Join us for our third “Comida y tierra” conversation!
6pm – 7:30pm at La Hacienda
680 Broadway, Kingston

As a gesture of our appreciation, we are providing free meals to the native Spanish speakers who help us facilitate the conversation. Support us in this effort by contributing here!

View facebook event here.

All levels are welcome and activities will be level-appropriate. The support of a diverse group of native speakers will be on hand who can help to keep the conversation rolling.

Comida y tierra is a facilitated conversation series in Spanish hosted by the Kingston Land Trust in collaboration with the Kingston YMCA Farm Project, at Latin restaurants along Broadway. This immersive experience brings together native Spanish speakers and those who are learning and want to practice Spanish over a meal (not included) to build community and awareness about the issues that affect our city.

For more information and to RSVP, contact Kingston Land Trust Executive Director Julia Farr at julia@kingstonlandtrust.org or call 845-877-5263.

VIEW our event on Facebook.

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¿Hablas español?

Entonces únete a nosotros para nuestra tercera conversación “Comida y tierra”

Lunes, 19 de Junio, 6pm-7:30pm en La Hacienda
680 Broadway, Kingston

Como un gesto de nuestro agradecimiento, estamos ofreciendo comidas gratuitas a los hablantes nativos de español que nos ayudan a facilitar la conversación. Apóyanos en este esfuerzo– contribuye aquí!

Todos los niveles son bienvenidos, y las actividades van a ser apropiadas para todo nivel. El apoyo de un grupo diverso de hablantes nativos estará a la mano para ayudar a mantener la conversación en marcha.

Comida y tierra es una serie de conversación facilitada en español organizada por el Kingston Land Trust en colaboración con el Kingston YMCA Farm Project, en restaurantes latinos a lo largo de Broadway. Esta experiencia inmersiva reune a hablantes nativos de español y aquellos que están aprendiendo y quieren practicar español durante una comida (no incluida) para crear comunidad y conciencia sobre los asuntos que afectan nuestra ciudad.

Para más información y para RSVP, comunícate con la directora ejecutiva de Kingston Land Trust, Julia Farr, en julia@kingstonlandtrust.org o llame al 845-877-5263.

5/31: S. Pine Street Farm’s vegetable stand is opening for the season!

Celebrate with us May 31, from 3pm to 7pm.

Light refreshments will be served at 5pm.
27 South Pine Street, Kingston (off Greenkill Ave, across from Binnewater Ice Company)
The stand will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 3pm to 7pm. Come on by for freshly picked vegetables at affordable prices (pay what you can).
A note from Farmers Trish and Joel:
You are cordially invited to South Pine Street City Farm. We hope you take some time to stop by for fresh produce, a walk through the garden, and a chat with local farmers. We won’t have many vegetables yet, but there will be refreshments and perhaps some song!
Questions? Call the farm at 845-532-0011.

The South Pine Street City Farm, founded in 2010, is the Kingston Land Trust‘s first land matching project, whereby the Kingston Land Trust facilitates a relationship between a private landowner and a land steward. Binnewater Ice Company has graciously made their land available to the Kingston Land Trust to host the South Pine Street City Farm, which is currently run by farmers Trish Hawkins and Joel Zenie, who are entering their third season at the farm.

Support community programming at the farm and beyond by contributing here to the Kingston Land Trust.

Click here to view The Daily Freeman’s slideshow of the farm!