PAST EVENTS  
  
 
 

Sunday 4 December 2016: End of year fundraiser

As in previous years, this was held at the Zevenwacht Village clubhouse. This year, however, the event was a little different from our usual spit braai. Instead, there was a buffet lunch consisting of platters of rate roast beef and smoked salmon, accompanied by a wonderful selection of salads, all produced by Philippa of the Oldfield Kitchen (for contact details, see our attached list of Recommended Suppliers). This was followed by meringues, strawberries and ice cream contributed by our members.

After the meal, there was a raffle of items donated by committee members. We were able to raise R4,500.00 as a donation to the Peninsula School Feeding Association. The Director of the organisation, Petrina Pakoe was there to give us an idea of what the PSFA does, and exactly how our money would be spent. Early in the new year we are planning an outing to one of the schools who benefits from this organisation.

 
     
 

EVENTS TO LOOK FORWARD TO
   

SATURDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY 2017
A visit the Thrive community project at the Hout Bay Valley Nursery and Farmstall in Valley Road. Bronwen Lankers-Byrne, Director of Thrive, will tell us about the project, which encourages and assists schools to grow vegetables. We will see the growing tunnels used for the vegetable-growing project, and we’ll be able to buy vegetables grown by the schools, as well as other organic produce stocked by the farmstall. After this, we’ll have a shared lunch of Massimo’s delicious pizza, pasta and green salad at his restaurant in the Oakhurst Farm Park, Main Rd, Hout Bay.

Provisional date
SATURDAY 1ST- SUNDAY 2ND APRIL
2nd meeting of Slow Food South Africa in Green Point:
more details to be sent out as we receive them.

On a date yet to be decided
A visit to one of the PSFA schools (see under Past Events).

 
   
  
  Notice  
  
 
University of Gastronomical Science
 
 

The following notice has been received from The Slow Food Africa office :

I'm pleased to inform you that from the end of January 2017 it will be possible to apply for the 2017 Undergraduate and Master Degree Programs at the University of Gastronomical Science in Pollenzo.

Three-year Undergraduate Degree
Click here for all the relevant information for the application.

PLEASE GO THROUGH and CAREFULLY READ EVERY SECTION OF THE WEB PAGE in order to properly submit your candidacy!

N.B: We can confirm you that some scholarships are available for the Undergraduate degree. Still don't know the exact number and which are fully or just partially sponsored.

One-year Master Degree
2 fully sponsored scholarships are available for students coming from low-income countries (not just reserved for African students) who apply for the scholarship for the Master in Gastronomy: Food in the World.

Click here for all the relevant information for the application.

PLEASE GO THROUGH and CAREFULLY READ EVERY SECTION OF THE WEB PAGE in order to properly submit your candidacy!

For any additional information regarding the admission procedures and in order to apply for the scholarship (for both degrees) it's necessary to write to the following e-mail address: segreteria@unisg.it.

To be read, share and evaluated with the Convivia leaders and project co-ordinators/facilitators of the local networks. 

We remain at your disposal for any additional clarification!

 
  
 

SLOW WINE
  
  
REMHOOGTE WINE FOR SALE

Our 2015 harvest has been bottled after spending a year maturing in oak, and is now available to order at R480 per six bottle case.
To reserve your wine please transfer multiples of R480 to our account with your name as a reference. Please let Stephen know (sflesch@iafrica.com), and he will arrange collection or delivery.

 
  
 
 
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