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Hello!

The FoodSpark Team is looking forward to seeing you all later today for FoodSpark X: Pizza, Prints, & Politics at Central Print (2624 N. 14th Street, St. Louis, MO 63106) from 5-7pm. We will be printing posters at 5pm and starting our discussion at 6pm with eating throughout! 

Tomorrow is kind of special, as well will be joined by the team of STL Made, who will be capturing moments from the event.
 

We ask you to keep in mind the following tips to get the most out of your FoodSpark experience: 

  • Bring tupperware. We usually have food left over to share. 
  • Arrive early and take advantage of the FREE parking on both the streets and parking lots that surround Central Print. 
  • Bring your family and friends. This FoodSpark event is child-friendly, and it is accessible for those who may have additional physical needs. 

Remember to bring a pizza to share (picked from your favorite pizza spot, homemade, or frozen) OR complimentary dish! If you can, no worries! Still come and enjoy this community meal and conversation.
 

Because Central Print has graciously offered their space to us for free, we will be collecting donations for them if you'd like to contribute.

 

See you soon!

Sophie

March 31, 2019
5:00–7:00pm
Hosted by Central Print 
2624 N. 14th Street
St. Louis, MO 63106
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About Sunday's Event

Bring the kids!

This FoodSpark event is child and teen-friendly! Young people will be welcomed to engage in all parts of this event, from the conversation to the printmaking!

Our Host

Central Print promotes the art of letterpress printmaking by providing workshops, classes, and programs focusing on design and production using historic printing equipment. Image via Humans of St. Louis

Culinary Theme:
Pizza Party!

As we discuss political issues, we will make prints with Central Print director, Marie, and test our skills as Chef Maria lead us in some pizza making. 

For this potluck event, bring: your favorite pizza toppings, salad, a pasta, or even a whole pizza from your favorite local pizzeria. 

More Ways to Get Involved

01 Volunteer with FoodSpark

As FoodSpark continues to grow, we are looking for energized food lovers, artists, and community members to join our volunteer-led team. Email Sophie for more info, and express your interest here.
Open Volunteer Roles (see all)
  • Event support
  • Resident Artist/Designer
  • Photographer/Storyteller
  • FoodSpark X coordinator

02 Host your own FoodSpark Event! 

Our FoodSpark X tools are created to help your extend the conversation into your friend circles, workplaces, and communities. 

Hosting is simple:
  1. Download the Social & Political Topics conversation guide.
  2. Get the FoodSpark Hosting guide and kit. 
  3. Plan the date, time, and location of your FoodSpark gathering.
  4. Connect with our team for support.   
Let us know any thoughts, ideas, or questions you may have, and we will look forward to seeing you March 31!

Team FoodSpark
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FoodSpark gathers people over community meals to make connections, start conversations, and spark ideas on social issues. Learn more about it at foodspark.org.
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