Check out our Fall Farm-Table Dinners,
Programs for Educators, and OWWCC Featured Film
Monthly Classes, Saturdays, 10-4p, December 2014-July 2015
Teaching What We Can Carry – A Professional Field Program for Elementary & Secondary Education
Various Sites on Bainbridge Island
The Teaching What We Can Carry Field Program is a ground breaking professional and curriculum development program designed for elementary and secondary school educators responsible for teaching and learning about the Japanese American Experience of Exclusion during WWII, or are interested in integrating this subject of study into their curriculum. EduCulture’s Only What We Can Carry Project is seeking a small cadre of Puget Sound educators to participate in our pilot program which we are launching in early December, 2014.
Sunday, November 9, 4-7p
EduCulture’s Northwest Foodshed Series: Fall Farm to Table Dinner
Mossback Restaurant, 26185 Ohio Avenue NE, Kingston
Taste your way through four courses of the late fall harvest and celebrate in the spirit of convivial gratitude for the bounty of our Northwest foodshed through a slow and authentic farm to table dining experience. This foodshed to fork dinner is part of a series of seasonal dinners EduCulture is developing to bring people together around the wild and cultivated food traditions of our Pacific Northwest bioregion, some call Salmon Nation. EduCulture is partnering with The Food Shed to help shape and deliver a menu built on what is seasonal and regional, all sourced locally, fairly and sustainably.
Sunday, November 16, 12-3p
Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival to Screen Only What They Could Carry
The Historic Lynwood Theatre
Congratulations to Brenda Berry, photographer, filmmaker, and EduCulture Board Member, on the selection of her film, Only What They Could Carry – Return to Manzanar, in the 2014 Celluloid Bainbridge Film Festival. The short documentary tells the story of the 2012 Bainbridge Island Delegation to Manzanar, organized by EduCulture’s Only What We Can Carry Project (OWWCC). The documentary will be screened at the Festival on November 16 along with two other films about the Japanese American Exclusion during WWII.
Sunday, December 7
Dinner for Our Farmers
Mark your calendars! More details to come.
To register or learn more about these programs, contact EduCulture by email, admin@EducultureProject.org, or call 206-780-5797.
*please note: programs subject to change