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SFC and Texas Episcopal Service Corps- a Match Made in Food Heaven

SFC has entered into its second year of partnership with the Texas Episcopal Service Corps. SFC has the pleasure of hosting a fellow for 11 months of service. Texas Episcopal Service Corps is a, “fellowship that encourages intentional mission community in the Diocese of Texas. The program provides the time and space for young adults, ages 21-30, to work for social justice, grow as leaders, and live in community”. We are happy to welcome Cora Ezell to the team for the for an eleven month term of service. Read on to learn more about Cora and her work with SFC.

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Community Garden Leadership Training


SFC Farmers’ Market Downtown, Saturday from 9am-1pm:

  • Pie season is here! Stop by Texas Food Ranch to try out sweet potato and pumpkin pies. They will also have pecans available along with some spring flavors in their Spring Salad Mix of 5 lettuces!
  • Squeaky Clean: South Austin People/ SoAP has come out with 3 new bars just for you! Try out their Blue Spruce Clove, Blossom, and Lavender Petit Grain Coffee Scrubs. They will also have a Peppermint Bar available (no oats)!
  • Reserve Your Turkey: Invite one of Belle Vie Farm and Kitchen’s turkeys to Thanksgiving this year. Their turkeys are pasture raised and organically fed, but don’t forget to make a reservation for yours! If you’re looking for something different this year, they will also have cured and smoked ham available.

SFC Farmers’ Market at Sunset Valley, Saturday from 9am-1pm:

  • Yard to Market Co-op: Always grown and produced in Austin-area yards - stop by Yard to Market Co-op to get your duck and chicken eggs. They will have pears, salad tomatoes, and dhishito peppers.

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The Circle Brewing Co. 0.5K Micro Marathon
Where craft beer lovers compete on an epic scale - all while supporting SFC! The 0.5K (aka Running with Pints) is a 1640ft. race where every participant is given two special cups of beer - spill too much and you’re disqualified!  Learn more »

Vote for SFC at in.gredients!
Every 6 months customers at in.gredients select a new community nonprofit partner who in.gredients will raise awareness for with in-store donations and fundraising events. We are honored to be one of the nonprofits nominated to be their next community partner. Stop by the store and vote for SFC from now until Oct. 26th!  Learn more »

The Chef's Table Cooking Series: Chef Saul Arteta of Mi Paella
Join us for a transformative evening with Chef Saul Arteta and Wine Chemist Sisi Berry that will whisk you off to Spain (date is now Nov. 11th). Guests will be treated to a paella making demo and dinner, featuring a range of delicious, locally sourced specialty paellas with the Mi Paella team. Learn more »

SFC Chef Series at La Condesa
Celebrate fall with locally grown ingredients at the annual SFC Chef Series on Sunday, November 13th at La Condesa. The night will feature guest chefs from Lenoir, Mixtli, Otoko, South Congress Hotel & Boiler Nine, with all proceeds benefiting SFC. Get your tickets now! Learn more »

SFC on Good Day Austin
This week on our segment with FOX 7 Austin, our very own School Garden Manager Bianca Bidiuc Peterson and Abby Randall with EcoRise Youth Innovations spoke about the school garden at Lamar Middle School Watch the video »

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Boofest at in.gredients
Celebrate Halloween on October 22nd with Jack's Mom In Austin and Staci Gray for a spectacular Boofest at in.gredients! There will be music, treats, face painting, games, a costume contest, and a raffle to benefit SFC, Girls Empowerment Network, People's Community Clinic, and Women's Community Center of Central Texas. Learn more »

Green Corn Project's 18th Annual Fall Festival
Join the Green Corn Project for their 18th Annual Fall Festival on October 30th at Boggy Creek Farm. Over 30 local restaurants and breweries will team up to serve some of Austin's finest eats while supporting the non-profit organization's mission to help Central Texans grow their own organic food. Tickets and more information can be found at: greencornproject.org. Learn more »

5th Annual Texas Fruit Conference
On Oct 31st and Nov 1st, join Texas A&M AgriLife Extension for this educational event, aimed at bringing together commercial and recreational fruit growers from around the state to hear and discuss the challenges and successes of fruit growing in Texas. Learn more »




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