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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Celebrate the Berkeley Student Food Collective at the Harvest Gala

Posted By on Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 8:30 AM

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What: Harvest Gala

Where: David Brower Center

When: Fri., November 19, 6-9 p.m.

Cost: $20-50

The rundown: The Berkeley Student Food Collective is throwing their third annual Harvest Gala this month! The BSFC is a student-run collective with an adorably tiny, yet fully stocked, store. It's kinda like what your corner bodega would be like if it carried stuff you actually wanted. All items in the store strive to meet four principles: environmentally sound, humane, fair trade, and community-based. Neato! It's an entirely volunteer run non-profit, so they gotta make some monies if they wanna keep you in snacks. That's where the Harvest Gala comes in!

The gala this year is celebrating their first year in business. They'll serve hors d'œuvres and a four-course meal with drinks, plus live music. So put on your eating pants, and support these industrious youngsters.

Tickets are $50 for the full night, $25 for half the night, and you should buy them online before they sell out.

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