Sunday, April 26, 2015

Seeds Library Cafe Opening Tomorrow

As a librarian who loves local food, there's nothing better to me than the confluence of the Boulder Farmers' Market and the Boulder Public Library in launching Seeds Library Cafe at the library. You'll be able to check it out starting tomorrow morning, enjoy the library, and support local vendors in the process! Here's what the Farmers' Market says:

Seeds Library Cafe Opening Mon. April 27
Opening in the Main Boulder Public Library at 9am

As the final pieces are being drilled in and the baristas perfect their espresso skills, we are thrilled to be approaching opening day. 

Elyse Wood, program coordinator for Seeds, said, "Seeds is a unique collaboration between Boulder's Library and its farmers. We want it to be a venue to help the community connect more with its food and drink through educational programs."

Seeds has committed to spending 75 percent of its food costs with local vendors, including Aspen Moon Farm, Breadworks Bakery, Ollin Farms, Ela Family Farms, and Oxford Gardens. Sample menu items include the Market Beet Salad and Grilled Cheese Pesto Panini. The "Sprouts Menu" for the kids will feature a Pancake Pocket and Little Dippers, which are vegetable sticks and bread bites served with house-made hummus.

Seeds Library Cafe will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon. through Thurs., 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri. and Sat., and 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sun. Follow Seeds on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for updates: @seedsboulder. 

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