Think of The Big Table as a Sunday ideally suited for sharing food and drink, and a time to break bread with hundreds, even thousands of your closest friends at Iroquois Park (September 11, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.; registration strongly encouraged.)
World’s Largest Potluck, The Big Table, Coming To Iroquois Park, by Ethan Smith (LEO Weekly)
“Its purpose is to build greater community connections,” said Jud Hendrix, co-creator of The Big Table and executive director of Interfaith Paths to Peace. “We hope The Big Table will spur a variety of other creative events, like civic dinners and talking circles that face issues head-on, to weave in the fabric of our community.”
Participants are asked to bring a dish, fruit, dessert or non-alcoholic drink to share with at least eight people. Participants are encouraged to bring a dish that represents their family or background and a recipe card. Tables, chairs, plates and utensils are provided.
Previously at F&D (September 13, 2018):