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Event Photos: Food in Harmony – 9/25


The Mill hosted a fundraiser benefiting the Local Foods Connection on Sept 25th. The evening was packed with music from a variety of local artists, art and handmade goods, raffles, a silent auction, dancing,  food and booze….it was a great night and I was glad to be asked to capture some shots from the event. All of the money raised was to directly benefit Local Foods Connection which helps to make fresh, nutritious food available to area low-income families. They also provide education on how to produce and prepare such foods. Check out this great organization and find out what you can do to help guarantee its continued success.
www.localfoodsconnection.org/

Artwork by Cory Ingle & Laura Dowd, among many others

Raffle prize donations by a number of local businesses including New Pioneer Co-Op, Pizza On Dubuque, The Red Avocado, Oasis Falafel Joint, Banditos, Panchero’s and more….

Performers included Douglas Kramer Nye, Skye Carrasco, Sam Knutson, Mary Mo and Her Funk Posse, and DJ Lady Espina.


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