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Starved for Blue…

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. For whatever reason, many people give to charities around this time.

And so, we would be remiss to not feature a few local, independent charities in which we really believe in and have witnessed the good these groups do.

That brings us to the charity du jour: Blue Oven Kitchens

This upcoming weekend is a busy one for this group that aims to support local food, provide a kitchen for those who may be interested in offering a yummy food, to research—and solve—issues concerning food in the area, to facilitate connections between farmers and the food service industry, to offer education about food, and to make our lives better.

We can’t live without food after all!

Blue Oven Kitchens also offers classes.

But what you need to know NOW is what’s going on this weekend with Blue Oven Kitchens! Without further adieu:

  • Friday, December 7, 2012: Sneak Peak during ArtWalk. This is your chance to check out their awesome facility that just opened.
    And did you REALLY need an excuse to go to ArtWalk? REALLY?
    Yeah. We didn’t think so!
  • Saturday, December 8, 2012, is Blue Oven Kitchen’s Annual Winter Gift Fair. This is their third year, and will be packed at the Jones B-Side with amazing talent and locally made gifts. You don’t want to miss us—trust us. Last year was so much fun!
  • Sunday, December 9, 2012 bring us the GRAND OPENING of their new facility.

    Imagine all the ways you and your community could use a commercial kitchen. From making large family meals or big batches of holiday treats to developing a food business or teaching a cooking class, we are proud to open our doors to the public and to help you to create your delicious dreams!

    Mix and mingle while exploring Gainesville’s first non-profit food business incubator. Enjoy a few tasty morsels created “in-house” and try your luck in our door prize drawings. We will have stations set up describing our most immediate equipment needs and how you may be able to help.


    Want more information?
    Go to or call 352 374 8561


More info can also be found here. <–recommended reading!

But they need your support. Community builds community. We feed and nurture each other in so many ways.

Help build this great cause, read more about it, and consider donating whatever you can (yes, we know, money is tight!) at here.


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    December 6, 2012


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