Slow Food East End, Peconic Land Trust Host 'Walk And Wine' At Bridge Gardens July 12 - 27 East

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Slow Food East End, Peconic Land Trust Host ‘Walk And Wine’ At Bridge Gardens July 12

authorStaff Writer on Jun 29, 2022

Slow Food East End and Peconic Land Trust are partnering to offer Walk & Wine at the trust’s Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton on Tuesday, July 12.

Garden manager Rick Bogusch will guide the tour of the site’s edible garden from 5 to 7:30 p.m. with local wine from Saltbird Cellars in Peconic. Freshly made bread by Flour Power and Truly Grass Fed will also be served.

Slow Food East End is a chapter of Slow Food USA, a grassroots movement to preserve local food cultures and traditions and to promote an understanding of and respect for where food comes from.

Tickets are $50 each, or $40 for Slow Food East End members or Bridge Gardens members. They can be purchased from Peconic Land Trust by phone at 631-283-3195 or by email at events@peconiclandtrust.org. Space is limited, and reservations are required. The rain date is July 13.

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