Eat Local: Panel Discussion Featuring DeKalb Farmers’ Market

From fresh produce, to locally-made goods, to favorite food trucks, DeKalb’s downtown Farmers’ Market has become a weekly summer staple.

On Thursday, May 2 at noon, join vendors from this year’s market at the Ellwood House Museum for a panel discussion about the importance of local food and local business, moderated by organizer Virginia Filicetti. Panelists will include Tori Eisenberg, owner of Nature’s Handywork; Dan Dietz, owner of Slow Smoke BBQ; and Country Financial’s Gavin Wilson. 

“Eat Local: Panel Discussion Featuring DeKalb Farmers Market” is part of “Brown Bag Lunch,” a free lecture series offered in collaboration by the Ellwood House Museum and DeKalb County History Center. Participants are welcome to bring lunch and eat during the program.

Brown Bag Lunch/Local Lore is funded in part by the Mary E. Stevens Concert and Lecture Fund.

Ellwood House Museum is located at 420 Linden Place in DeKalb. Parking is available on-site.

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