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7% Community Day for Spontaneous Celebrations!

Come out and support Spontaneous Celebrations on Thursday,June 4th. SHOP TO SUPPORT!
City Feed and Supply will donate 7% of their sales from both stores on June 4th to Spontaneous Celebrations!Activities & Specials for 7% Day:
City Feed Specials:
$2.00 Simple Salads all day long!
Red Leaf Lettuce, Carrots, Cucumbers, Tomatoes with a Balsamic Vinaigrette.

Activities:
6:00p.m.-8:00p.m.
Spontaneous Celebrations Kids Craft Project!
Make Paper Monarch Butterflies (like the ones in The Wake Up The Earth Parade) & Find out more about the importance of The Monarch Butterfly!
& I am sure, other Spontaneous Happenings!

+ First Thursday Tastings!
6-8 p.m. at 672 Centre Street
Maple Valley Ice Cream Company, Downeast Cider House,Buzzards Bay Brewing, & Tortoise Creek Wines & More!

Mark your calendar and check them out:
Spontaneous Celebrations
“The mission of Spontaneous Celebrations is to create and sustain a community cultural life that unites and empowers people for positive change through the arts; to produce seasonal celebrations in the Jamaica Plain and Roxbury neighborhoods; and to maintain a Community Cultural center for all.”
http://www.spontaneouscelebrations.org/

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December Beer Share

IMAG0301_1_1Joy to the World, your beer share is here. This month, I hope you enjoy not only drinking (and sharing!) December’s selections, but hearing the
stories and knowledge spoken by our local brewers. I’m sharing my meet-the-brewer interviews by podcast: Scan any QR code below or type the URL
into a browser, and play a podcast for friends while you sip one of this month’s selections. Afterwards, stir up conversation about the joy of craft beer. Hear from Ed Stebbins, founder and brewmaster at Gritty McDuff’s in Portland, Maine: “It’s a joy being a brewer. You get to know a lot of your customers and develop great relationships with the people who drink your beer.” Listen to Bill Herlicka, founder and brewer at White Birch, who tells of the origin of the Tavern Ale, beginning with the 18th century tradition of dropping a raw egg into your stein and stirring with a hot fire poker. We have quite the representation of style this month, including an IPA from my home state of Delaware, a smoked beer or rauchbier from New Hampshire, a dry Irish stout from Maine, and a Vermont cider (yes, we’re breaking the rules of a Beer Share), but this cider is brewed with hops! Continue reading December Beer Share

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BOSTON FARMERS MARKET POSTER

rickpinchera_boston_artworkBOSTON FARMERS MARKET POSTER

In Celebration of Boston Farmers Markets, eating local & all the bounty New England has to offer! This print lists all the farmers markets in Boston!

It makes a great kitchen print &/or a gift to your favorite farmers market foodie!!

By Rick Pinchera                                                                                                           Now available at City Feed and Supply!

$9.99 + tax

Rick Pinchera is a Boston Area Illustrator and Designer. He has worked with Highlights Magazine, WGBH, Fablevision, HarvardX and The MFA Boston. Rick offers a range of skills including illustration, graphics, UI/web design, storyboards and animation.Checkout more of his stuff at rickpinchera.com

 

 

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Jason Roseman Performs at City Feed!

first-thursday.banner.liveJason RosemanWe’re proud to welcome Jason Roseman to City Feed for February’s First Thursday (Feb. 6 from 6-8 pm) at our Centre Street store. Born on the beautiful twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Jason Roseman is a second generation steel pan tuner. He credits much of his success to his father, Joseph Roseman, who introduced and nurtured Jason’s deep love and respect for the steel pan instrument.

Join us February 6 for First Thurday
from 6-8 pm! Continue reading Jason Roseman Performs at City Feed!