Sunday, April 23

Sack Lunch Benefit Brunch Ride

9:00AM - 1:00PM | $40.00
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Ned Ludd Brunch at Elder Hall + Sauvie Island Loop Ride

Join Jason French & Team Sack Lunch for a delicious Brunch Ride from Elder Hall around Sauvie’s Island and back! A sumptuous brunch, prepared by Sack Lunch team members, with coffee and celebratory/rejuvenating libations will await all the riders upon their return! Not into the ride? No Problem! Just come for brunch at 12:30. Ride participants will gather at Elder Hall at 9 am, sipping coffee and having snacks, departing at 9:30. The ride will is approximately 30 miles around Sauvie’s Island. This ride is unsanctioned and unmarshalled. All riders are responsible for their equipment, pace and sense of well being. We look forward to you joining us on this fun, flat ride!

Our trusted Chef's Cycle Team, Sack Lunch PDX has been training hard through this unpredictable winter weather. Rain or shine, mostly rain,  they've been putting on the miles in an effort to reach their goal of $55K by May 1st for Share Our Strength benefitting No Kid Hungry. Hopefully the team will have PLENTY of sunshine to make their 300 mile journey over three days in May in Santa Rosa, California. 

When // Sunday, April 23rd
Where // Elder Hall 3929 NE MLK Blvd
Meet Time // 9am- coffee + pre-ride snacks
Ride Time // 9:30 start 
Brunch Start Time // 12:30
Route // Sauvie Island Loop Ride
Mileage // Approx 30 Miles
Ride + Brunch // $40
Brunch Only // $30

There will be plenty of delicious food and drink- MENU to follow!

Chris DiMinno - JackRabbit PDX
Jason French - Ned Ludd & Elder Hall
Rick Gencarelli - LardoGrassa, and Beer Belly
Anna Abatzoglou - Rogue Brewery
Mat Christianson - Urban Farmer at the Nines
Colin Howard - Multomah Whiskey Library
Krista Anderson - New Seasons Market
Kayt Mathers - Play Nice PR
Thomas Pisha-Duffly - Pok Pok

Follow Sack Lunch on Facebook for updates and invites.

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Food Book Fete : Full Moon Suppers at Saltwater Farm

It’s warming up outside and we are fired up about all the good things the weather brings! Book Fete is back and we’re honored to welcome chef and cooking school founder Annemarie Ahearn to Elder Hall.

Annemarie founded Salt Water Farm Cooking School in Lincolnville, Maine in 2009. In just a short time, the farm drew guests from far and wide while being featured The New York Times, Bon Appetit, Food and Wine and other publications. The easy nature of Annemarie’s instruction, along with the beauty of Maine’s landscape and the bounty of local farms and fisheries, inspire so many to think of entertaining at home in a whole new way.  In her new cookbook, Full Moon Suppers at Salt Water Farm, Annemarie provides a month-by-month guide to how she creates thoughtful, seasonal, beautifully prepared meals for a crowd. Her full moon suppers are a big draw and showcases how anyone can host a memorable dinner with simplicity and grace.

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