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Sunday, September 22: Whittier Time Bank Fundraiser Dinner
Private Residence
Whittier, CA
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Sunday, September 22: Whittier Time Bank Fundraiser Dinner
The Whittier Time Bank helps people build and share their skills for community self-reliance through its Neighborhood Work Exchange, hands-on workshops, neighborhood fruit picks, and community events.

Starting at 7:30pm this Sunday, the time bank's first fundraiser will feature delectable finger foods from around the world, the premiere screening of Time as Money (a new documentary on time banking), and a silent auction.

The menu by Urban Dinner Socials features organic local backyard farm produce, urban fruit, and wildcrafted greens. All menu items are vegan and gluten free.

Come out and support the Whittier Time Bank! We'll dine at a private, historic Whittier home on this beautiful September evening.

All-Vegan Menu:

- Eggplant Shrimp Rice Wraps with Sweet Lime Dipping Sauce
- Besan Garlic Flatbreads with Pizza Toppings
- Buttery Spinach Hand Pies with Caramelized Onion Jam
- Grilled Zucchini Chips with Spicy Salsa Fresca
- Leaf-Wrapped Bites with Shallot Galangal Sauce
- Coconut Pumpkin Soup Shots with Cilantro and Pepitas
- Fig Coulis on Seed Crackers with Pomegranate Balsamic Caviar
- Shiitake Escargots on Organic Polenta Squares
- Orange Blossom Oranges
- Frozen Chocolate Mousse Cookie Sandwiches

The fundraiser silent auction will feature restaurant gift certificates, artisan foods, organic produce, handcrafted adornments, movie tickets, and a vacation getaway. The Rusty Monk (Whittier), The Daily Dose (DTLA), Plant Based Parties (Atwater), Auntie Em's Kitchen (Eagle Rock), Urban Dinner Socials (Atwater/Whittier), Strub Avenue Farm (Whittier), and Thunderbird Lodge Retreat (Joshua Tree) are among the organizations that have donated items for the silent auction.

Full list of silent auction items: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aq2MgnS3HCxhdElZaUhKWlNBT3pRazc4TmtZT1lfOFE#gid=0

Funds raised will be used to support core operating costs of the Whittier Time Bank. The Whittier Time Bank thanks the good folks at fiscal sponsor Whittier Rio Hondo AIDS Project for their support.

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Sunday, September 22
7:30 p.m.
5810 Friends Avenue
Whittier, CA 90601
$25 online
Tickets at the door $40

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***All menu items are gluten-free.***

The Urban Dinner Socials' monthly pop-up dinners feature innovative plant-based recipe conversions of traditional foods, using local and organic ingredients where possible. "Our fresh food policy: We never use cans."

Local produce for the dinner is donated by Greenshower Organic Farm (Rowland Heights), Nancy's Garden (Hacienda Heights), Barley's Farm (La Habra Heights), Strub Avenue Farm (Whittier), The Heights Senior Care kitchen garden (La Habra Heights), and other local gardeners.

Local produce for this event includes pumpkin, eggplant, kale, tomatoes, pepper, cucumbers, lemons, figs, parsley, cilantro, chives, zucchini, green onions, and mint.

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Tickets online are $25 and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Alternately, you're invited to join our volunteer kitchen crew: Purchase a volunteer dinner ticket online for $5 (must be purchased 24 hours or more before event). Arrive at the kitchen at 4:00PM on Sunday and we'll show you what to do from there!

A two-course child's menu is available for $7.

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Time as Money (2013) is a documentary exploring time banking, a service exchange program that uses time as the currency. This 75-minute documentary, by time bankers Lenore Smith and Mark Eklund, visits different time banks in Southern California that are using time banking to create a new economy and build community networks.  Time as Money features interviews with over 70 time bankers including time banking founder Edgar Cahn, follows 5 different time banks over 2.5 years, and was made for $0 federal dollars.

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Time banks access untapped resources by sharing skills in exchange for volunteer credits, called Time Dollars. One hour = one Time Dollar. The Whittier Time Bank leverages Neighborhood Work Exchange member skills - using Time Dollars - to create community workshops, educational events, direct services, and service opportunities. Anyone can participate in Whittier Time Bank events. Be a volunteer, learn new skills, receive services, and attend events in exchange for Time Dollars or U.S. dollars.

Whittier Time Bank programs include the monthly Build-Your-Skills workshop series (workshops include fruit tree grafting, beekeeping, biodiesel, foraging, etc.) and the Neighborhood Work Exchange, a group of volunteers who earn service credits (called Time Dollars) for providing neighborly services. Neighborhood Work Exchange members have organized barn-raisers, moving days, workshops, craft days, and free swaps, in addition to one-on-one exchanges.

The time bank also promotes local food reliance including backyard farming projects (Whittier Backyard Farms, Strub Avenue Farm), gardening workshops, food preserving workshops, and the Neighborhood Fruit Picking Project. The time bank also hosts potlucks, outreach presentations, and weekly community exercise classes. Our large events include the Bike-In Movie, the Cardboard and Imagination Day of Play, and the Strub Avenue Block Party.

Website: http://whittiertimebank.org/
Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/mn30T

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Urban Dinner Socials: This monthly vegan gastropub reinvents world cuisine and comfort food using local, organic produce. For recipes, stories, and dinner dates, subscribe to the UDS newsletter: http://eepurl.com/kJfpz

The Urban Dinner Socials, formerly known as the Tuesday Dinners, hosted monthly fundraisers for emerging nonprofits at Lincoln Heights community center HM157 in 2011 and 2012. Past beneficiaries included Solano Canyon Community Garden, NELA Transition, Sparkleblob Productions, Survivors' Truths, Whittier Backyard Farms, and Young Folks Urban Farmers. "We are pleased to use our resources for the Whittier Time Bank fundraiser!"

The primary produce supplier for the Urban Dinner Socials is Strub Avenue Farm, a community-supported backyard agriculture project and Whittier Time Bank collaborator. Like them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrubAvenueFarm

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Private Residence
5810 Friends Avenue
Whittier, CA 90601
United States


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