#QuarantineCocktails raises a glass to equal rights for all. #UrbanFarmReport with New Roots' Sunnyvale Farmers Market and the Downtown SLC Farmers Market. Pandemic dream time with the Sonosopher. Fresh, homegrown music from Dead Zephyrs.
#QuarantineCocktails for the revolution, featuring:
Mixologist Kelley Neal, aka Miss City Weekly 2015, Harry-It Winston.
Tonight's special drink, Harry-it's Revenge:
Top with whipped cream
Garnish with pineapple and a PRIDE-worthy umbrella
Update on the Downtown SLC Farmers Market with Executive Director Alison Einerson. She said she’s working on a way to bring all the craft vendors back in vacant retail space in the downtown area. Tune in next Friday when Alison and some of the market’s farmers sub for Aldine.
Write down your coronavirus and/or protest inspired dreams. Email a description or voice memo about them to email@example.com by June 26. We’re looking for a handful of folks to join us and interpret the issues and symbols raised in our collective dreams during these fevered times (pun intended), so let us know if you’re up for that, too.
Deadline: Friday, June 26.
#UrbanFarmReport, featuring true tales from the agrihood with Sara Valerious, local food program coordinator for New Roots in Salt Lake City, a program of The International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City.
New Roots SLC will operate 3 farmers markets in Salt Lake County during the summer of 2020. These markets are fresh food resources rooted in the communities they serve. Each market focuses on locally grown fruits and vegetables, the sharing of community resources, and is a space for new businesses to learn best practices for direct to consumer sales.
June 27: Sunnyvale Farmers Market opening day, 11a-2p at Sunnyvale Park, 4013 S. 700 W., SLC.
Views, thoughts or opinions shared by guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the board, staff or members of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah, 90.9fm KRCL. Tonight's RadioACTive team included: