Harvest Feast

Our Deepest Thanks to Those Who Supported and Participated in This Day’s Events.
It Was a Deep and Powerful Experience for All


Saturday, November 17, 2011
Times are approximate
10 am – 2:30 pm Preparations
                @Labateyah: 9010 13th Ave NW Seattle WA 98117
2 pm – 4:30 pm Honoring our Ancestors
@ Rainier Beach Urban Farm: 5513 S. Cloverdale Street Seattle, WA 98118
Car pools leave at 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm
5 pm-8 pm—Harvest Feast: Food, Open Mic, Potlatch Celebration and Give Away
                @Labateyah: 9010 13th Ave NW Seattle WA 98117


United Indians Youth Home/Labateyah, 9010 13th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117
Rainier Beach Urban Farm: 5513 S. Cloverdale Street Seattle, WA 98118

About the Organizations

The Just Garden Project builds free and subsidized gardens for low income and marginalized people throughout King County. These gardens provide families and communities with self-sufficient access to highly nutritious, organic food.

United Indians Youth Home, Labateyah is a nearly two-acre Youth Home in Crown Hill offering shelter and support for homeless youth ages 18 to 22. The program provides a place to stay, schooling and life skills.

About the event

You are invited to our third annual Harvest Feast: honoring all our ancestors and bridging Native traditions with the local food movement. This cultural exchange and celebration will feed all who participate on many levels: Mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Preparations (Morning) is the time that we get the food and the space together. Join the youth of Labateyah, the head cook for the ceremony and many others as we prepare food and decorate the space.

The Harvest Feast (Evening) Following the ceremony, we will have food, drinks, celebration and a give away put together by the youth of Labateyah, Salish Sea Transportation, Seattle Tilth, and other community partners.

You are invited to participate to your desired level. Come to all of the event, or just the pieces that really call to you.

Come in the spirit of giving and gratitude. Sharing of food or gifts will be greatly appreciated.

Please RSVP

Thank you to our sponsors:

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