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6 Boston food events not to miss

Impact Hub Boston
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School is barely back from summer and the food education and entrepreneurship scene is already sizzling… For September, we can look forward to Café ArtScience opening, the energy around newly opened Chew mounting, and food events from campuses and community centers abounding…

[TOMORROW] September 4 at 7 p.m. | From Blogger to Restaurant Marketer | Cambridge, Mass

At City Hall Annex on Broadway, For the Love of Food & Marketing: From Blogger to Restaurant Marketer features Jacki Morisi, the PR and Marketing Manager at Rialto and Co-Founder of At Rialto, Jacki works with nationally-acclaimed chef Jody Adams, overseeing all community outreach, media communication, and branding across traditional and digital social networks.

September 10 at 1 p.m. | Community Table | Wellesley, Mass

Every Wednesday while school is in session, Food Sol at Babson College hosts Community Table, a recognized effective hub to meet, network, and exchange resources and ideas. Hook into an energized and growing network of food students and food entrepreneurs, toss out your questions and concepts for group-chew, and learn more about the overarching food system that impacts us all. To join the listserv, please email Suzy Costello.

September 11 at 5:30 p.m. | Community Table Cambridge | Cambridge, Mass

In partnership with Lauren Abda of Branchfood and The Food Loft, and Cambridge super-connector Pardis Saffari, Venture Café at Cambridge Innovation Center hosts its first Community Table. You do not have to be an active food entrepreneur to attend, benefit and give to this session. All who eat food are welcome. Find the full details here.

September 14 at 11 a.m. | Boston Local Food Festival | Boston, Mass

This year’s Boston Local Food Festival on Rose Kennedy Greenway once again showcases farmers, local restaurants, food trucks, specialty food producers, fisher folks, and organizations all focused on healthy food and fitness from across New England. “Healthy Local Food for All” is this year’s theme and the festival connects Massachusetts and New England eaters of all backgrounds with the abundance of fresh, nutritious local food choices available close to home.

September 18 at 6:30 p.m. | Startup Stir at WorkBar | Cambridge, Mass

"How to Launch a Foodie Startup" is an evening of local food entrepreneurship. Beacon Hill Partners hosts a panel discussion with some of Boston's best chefs, restaurateurs, distillers, brewmasters, and artisan food makers. As panelists share their stories and take your questions, you have a chance to taste and share in their creations. Register here.

September 23 at 12 p.m.| Community Table Boston | Boston, Mass

Impact Hub Boston hosts its first Community Table Boston with a focus on social impact in Boston’s local food system. You do not have to be an active food entrepreneur to attend, benefit and give to this session. All who eat food are welcome. Find the full details here.

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