January Slow Food Denver Book Club

Our new food themed book club is here! Each month, we will feature a different book and host two different gatherings to meet for conversation. Choose whichever evening works best for you, and join us for interesting discussion, while building community and sharing food. Locations will vary each month – visit our events page for further details and to rsvp. Everyone is welcome – join us for as many or as few as you would like! 

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