Matthew Mazzotta, Harm to Table

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Boulder Public Library
1000 Canyon Blvd.
Boulder, CO  80302

Local food and climate change will both be addressed when the Boulder Office of Arts and Culture presents a traveling series, Harm to Table, from New York conceptualist Matthew Mazotta. He'll start on August 27 by unfolding his mobile, fold-up dining table on the Canyon Gallery Plaza of the BPL and then serving a free meal representing foods facing extinction due to climate change; taste a menu of Ponderosa Osha Kombucha from Rowdy Mermaid Kombucha, Wild Sarsaparilla and Sweet Grass Soup created by Boulder chef Tim Hessenbruch, and chocolate financiers with local bee pollen made by Fortuna Chocolate.

Future stops in the Boulder area include the 63rd Street Farm, 3796 63rd Street, on September 1; a to-be-determined spot on September 8; and Martin Park, Fordham Court and South 36th Street, on September 15; all events begin at 6 p.m. After that, Mazzotta plans to travel the nation, sourcing local foods in different regions. Visit the Boulder Arts website for more information.

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