Posts Tagged ‘potluck’

Starting in 2015, the Wingnut Anarchist Collective will be hosting Open Hours for use of the radical library, zine library, board games, musical instruments, computer etc. On Wednesday nights from 6pm – 9pm.

Additionally, the Wingnut will be hosting vegan communal dinners at the same time, with food ready to eat at 6:30/7pm.
The idea behind the suppers and new Open Hours is to build community, and share the burden of cooking.
We are asking that everyone who comes to these suppers bring a $3 dollar donation towards the food costs. If you can not afford cash, bartering with food stuffs, chore doing etc. Will be welcome.
We ask that everyone who comes to eat pitches in to wash the dishes.

We also need folks to RSVP the day before so we know how much food to make. 804 300 0023 is a number you can text, or email wingnut_collective@yahoo.com

If there are guest chefs who would like to bottomline a meal please let us know, that would be great!!!

The first dates will be:
Wed. Jan. 7
Wed. Jan. 14
Wed. Jan. 21
Wed. Jan. 28

Dont forget to RSVP!!!!!!

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Join the Wingnut Anarchist Collective for a winter potluck and gift exchange.
Everyone should bring a dish or non alcoholic beverahe to share, and 1 gift for the exchange. The gift can be new or used or ephemeral, like telling someone a story, playing them a song, or teaching them a skill. But please dont buy the gift new- regift or thrift or dumpster etc. Screw capitalism, lets not give those jerks anymore of our money for this event. We can share friendship and love without money honey.
This is from our friend who had the idea for this event originally :
” as to the trade day idea,here goes!

Most folks have never know the “joys of swapping stuff”,having been brought up in a cash/debit/credit structure society in the U.S. .A lot of the world ,however,still does a great deal of basic day to day economic function on barter.What I would propose is that the [Friday] after christmas the Wingnut host a sort of trade gathering for folks that want to try something different . Doesn’t matter what you have to trade,just no cash/bitcoins/etc. ,make it something that you can bring and show that there is more to trading than just doing a set of numbers. Skills,stories,materials to make things,books,tools,ideas,geegaws and gimcracks!Trading has a LOOONNNGGG history of being the way that ideas got passed around since our ancestors first started walking out of southern Africa,and it sure would be neat to see how some of you younguns do in the “call and response” test that is at the core of it all.So, will you take up a skillset that can keep you from starving and aid in your travels no matter where you are and what language the locals speak?Could be fun,and always is an adventure!”

All ages and sober event!!!
Friday December 26 from 7pm – midnight

On Wednesday August 27th we are hosting live from Canada the Drunken Wobblies! Folk punk music with labor lyrics! 7pm, all ages, bring a friend and a donation for the canadians!

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On Thursday August 28th we are hosting a craft night at 7pm! We will be making jewelry and you are welcome to come and bring any craft you want to work on or supplies to share etc.!

On Sunday August 31st, join us at 12:30 to cook for Food Not Bombs! This is the Wingnut’s last Sunday hosting the meal preparation until November!

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On Monday September 1st, take a break from your Labor Day festivities to come to a bizarre book reading at the Wingnut. No, really, its bizarre- The Bizarro Book Tour to be exact! 8pm!

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And on Friday September 5th, at 6pm, we will be hosting a potluck dinner for friends and family!!

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New and old friends and family are invited to a potluck on Friday September 5th starting at 6pm.

Bring a dish or non-alcoholic beverage to share!

We should have the coals on the grill warmed up for you, so bring something to throw on if you desire!

All ages, sober event.

2005 Barton Avenue Richmond, VA 23222

Food Not Bombs is holding a community cookout at Monroe Park, as an alternative to traditional Independence Day celebrations. Today, we will celebrate the possibility of a world independent of war and militarism. You, and your organization, are invited! This will be an all-ages celebration, and as always, absolutely free.
Sunday June 30th starting at 2pm (gotta get those grills going) and definitely eating by 4p, packing up around 5 or maybe later.
At the corner of Main and Belvidere in Monroe Park
Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/174333149400150/?fref=ts

In addition to much of the usual meal materials, Food Not Bombs will be providing vegan items to grill, non-alcoholic beverages, water bowls for pups, and some games and activities for kids.

What you can bring:
– Yourself!
– Non-alcoholic beverages
– A cooler of treats to share
– Food to grill
– Your own grill
– Charcoal
– Lawn chairs
– A table with literature for your community or political organization
– Enthusiasm for learning more about local community and political organizations
– Banners
– Fun stuff, like sidewalk chalk, frisbees, hula hoops, face paint, or bean bag games.

Pets welcome! This is an all-ages, sober event. No fireworks will be set off; please don’t bring fireworks.

“The What Cheer? Brigade is a 19-piece brass band from Providence, RI, USA. Our sound is an aggressive mix of Bollywood, The Balkans, New Orleans, Samba and Hip-Hop, played with the intensity of metal. Requiring no amplification, we prove that great parties need no electricity. Our live shows defy boundaries, appealing equally to punks and farmers, old and young.”

and they will be playing the Wingnut Anarchist Collective during a potluck cookout on Saturday July 13th at 6pm!!!

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Sober, all ages, bring a dish to share- vegan preferred (label for allergies if you can)

2005 Barton Avenue

please bring money to donate to the travelling band if you can!!!

There will be a zine reading and potluck event on Friday October 5th for the Richmond Zine Fest.

Sober, all ages event.

Starts at 7pm at 2005 Barton Avenue

It’s a pizza potluck! We will provide the dough, you bring a sauce or topping!

Vegan/vegetarian/dairy/meat all acceptable for toppings and sauces.

If you are interested in reading from your zine please email xveganarchistrvax@gmail.com or show up with your zine!

The next day Oct. 6 is the Richmond Zine Fest at 1407 Sherwood Avenue / the Gay Community Center of Richmond.  From 11am to 6pm! Free to the public!

Friday September 28th at 7pm at 2005 Barton Avenue

Sober, vegan potluck – bring a dish to share!

Discussion of veganism and animal rights plus Eating Vegan on the Cheap in Richmond Zine!

Come to the Wingnut to celebrate birthdays, share vegan food, and hear Home Body, from Massachusetts perform!
Also performing are 3 bands from Florida- Jacob Goddamnit post-metal noise, SLUGWYRM: “corrupted tradition/flatpicking”. and Arts and Sciences: Haunting loops within structured note play

This is a Richmond Eats Richmond Potluck too!!

This is a sober event! Bring rootbeer or other delicious non-alcoholic beverages!!

Sept. 18th is Mo Karnage’s birthday, Deejay Anspach’s Birthday, and Haley from Home Body’s birthday is 2 days before.

Mo will bake cake, vegan carrot cake, but you should bring a vegan party dish to share!

In honor of Deejay there will be a vegan chocolate icecream cake!!

WE AREN’T GETTING ANY YOUNGER

Home Body is Eric and Haley, who are two of Mo’s friends from college. They happened to want a show in Richmond on September 18th, and so ta daa! Fun times.

We will pass a hat for the touring bands, so bring a few bucks if you can spare them!

http://hellohomebody.tumblr.com/ or
http://www.facebook.com/helloHOMEBODY for more about HOME BODY!

Vegan/Vegetarian Discussion & Potluck
Friday September 28th, at 7pm, at the Wingnut Anarchist Collective- 2005 Barton Avenue
This is a sober, all ages event, folks with children are welcome, but be aware that some of the information might upset children (and adults).
Attention all vegans, vegetarians, and anyone interested in animal rights as well as great vegan food. We will be meeting at the Wingnut to discuss several topics pertaining to animal rights such as:
General Animal Righst/ Veganism/ Vegetarianism
Ecofeminism
The importance of animal liberation and the impact of it on our community and daily lives
Scientific Research and the Vivisection Complex
How to be vegan/vegetarian on a low income
Opportunities to make a difference for animals within the community

Everyone is welcome to attend this event and make sure to bring some friends as well.  There will also be a potluck afterwards, please try to bring something that is vegan to share so that we have enough food for everyone.

For more information or questions, please email luke.pettway (at) gmail.com