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Solar Cookout Extravaganza!

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Solar Cookout Extravaganza!

Time: July 27, 2011 all day
Location: Ravenna Eckstein Community Center, west play field
Street: 6535 Ravenna Avenue Northeast
City/Town: Seattle
Website or Map: http://www.seattle.gov/parks/…
Phone: 206 526-1169
Event Type: solar, cookout, community, fun, potluck
Organized By: Susan Gregory
Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2011

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Event Description

Join us – everyone welcome – as we attempt to assemble the most solar cookers ever at a single cookout and have fun while we do it. Bring your cookers and the contents for your recipe to the Ravenna Eckstein Comm Center field anytime after noon, (cooker sitters will be available) then we will potluck after 5:30 on whatever is cooked during the day. Bring the family, friends and your picnic supplies. Music will be included to add to the fun. If you don't have a cooker yet, there is still time to build one at RavennaEckstein or Meadowbrook CommCntr.

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Comment by Leo Brodie on July 27, 2011 at 12:35pm
Yes.
Comment by Deb on July 27, 2011 at 12:21pm
Is this event going forward today?
Comment by Catrayl Atkyn on July 27, 2011 at 11:31am

Sorry to miss this.

Got a new class on Wed nights: Travel the World while Volunteering. Going to be doing some research and prepping before tonights class.

Have a great time and may the sun shine bright for you!

cheers

Comment by Joann Kerr on July 26, 2011 at 5:54pm
Yeah for the BARKER BOYS! They are great!
Comment by Sue McGann on July 26, 2011 at 3:59pm

its looking SUNNY tomorrow (Wed) just in time..

the Barkers Boys will be playing rock and roll starting at 6:00pm

(assuming its not pouring)

see y'all there!

John

Comment by Joann Kerr on July 26, 2011 at 12:50pm
If you want to solar cook your food at home and bring it with you that is a fine option as well. We like seeing the variety of ovens but know that not everyone can bring their oven and themselves to the center for the cooking part. We are considering a rain option right now; stay tuned...
Comment by Joann Kerr on July 11, 2011 at 12:42pm
To anyone coming to our Solar Cookout Extravaganza, please bring your recipes or have them available for posting on this website so others can benefit from what you have learned cooking in a solar cooker. See you on the 27th!
Comment by Joann Kerr on July 11, 2011 at 12:40pm
Julie, we have been telling folks about the SolarFest, in fact Linda asked us to come and be there on the 16th.
Comment by Juleswf on June 15, 2011 at 2:33pm

My name is Julie Wilcox, and I'm involved with Shoreline Solar Project, who puts on the annual NW SolarFest (I live in NE Seattle though).

We were having a SolarFest meeting yesterday, and discussed putting on  fun get together event for new members of our organization about a week or so after SolarFest, to keep the good "solar mood" in people's minds.  This year, NW SolarFest is excited to have Graham Kerr, formerly known as the Galloping Gourmet, doing cooking demos all day with a solar cooker!  We are thinking of giving a prize of a Sun Oven solar oven in a drawing amongst those who join Shoreline Solar Project at the fair.

Anyway, since we are focused on solar cooking this year, and a few of us are starting to be active in this forum, the solar cooking event caught my eye.  Would you be interested in combining forces?  NW SolarFest would promote your solar cooking event at Rav-Eck on July 27th as a place for our new and existing members to gather and try out their ovens, or see solar cooking in work.  NW SolarFest is on July 16th this year, so the timing would be perfect to have a follow up at the time of your event.  Linda Stein is heading up the solar cooking at the fair this year.

If you need more info on NW SolarFest and Shoreline Solar Project, here is a link to the website:
http://www.shorelinesolar.org/page/19348


 


understand if this isn't in the scope or plans of sustainable NESeattle, or your event.  But we figured it couldn't hurt to ask!

Thanks much -

Julie

Comment by Catrayl Atkyn on April 25, 2011 at 12:09am
Okay, I am silly. I saw the postings for building cookers. Somehow overlooked it the first time. Maybe see some of you at one or two of them. cheers

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