Goodale Park Music Series – Potluck

August 4th, 2010    •  by Bethia    •   3 Comments »

The Goodale Park Music Series is one of my favorite things about summer in Columbus. It’s a recipe for relaxing Sunday: great music, friends, running into people you know, sitting under a shady tree, people watching and enjoying a picnic lunch.

This summer the Goodale Park Music Series also features a community potluck. Each week is hosted by a local food blog and has a theme to reflect the music. This week the band is Columbus favorite The Spikedrivers and Hungrywoolf is the food blog sponsoring the potluck. Our theme is grown in Ohio.  It’s a perfect time for us to bask in the glory of Ohio’s bountiful harvest and to be grateful for our farmers and our gardens. I’m sure the farmers’ markets will be bursting with color and flavor over the next few days providing lots of inspiration.

I will be making some fruit and vegetable dishes with produce from Wayward Seed farm. At the moment it looks like it will be a corn and zucchini salad and a bowl of fruit salad or sliced peaches.

I hope you will be able to join us at the potluck (and if you do, please come and say hi.) Bring a dish to share, your own drinks and a plate and fork.

Potluck starts around noon. The Music starts at 12.30pm. Here is the Facebook event page.

3 Comments to “Goodale Park Music Series – Potluck”

  1. Oh, to be able to sit in one place for more than 15 minutes, looks so wonderful. The only thing Frankie has ever sat still for is a parade and an animated movie. Someday, music?

    Is Jim making dogs at these events?

    • hungrywoolf
      August 5, 2010

      Jim just made hot dogs for the pot luck he hosted.
      Kids don’t have to sit still. It’s very relaxed and lots of room tonplay.

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