Michael Cook, the viticulture program specialist for North Texas with the Texas A&M AgriLife, will discuss “The Texas Wine Industry - from Grape to Glass. ” about how the Texas Wine Industry has evolved and what the future holds for grapes and wine in the Lone Star State. Further discussion will include the life cycle of a grapevine and the challenges associated with growing grapes in Texas. 

Free.

Info: Cathy Lustgarten, drgoodrad@gmail.com

Celebrating the 5 year anniversary of this all-vegan bakery! Stop by for raffles and slices of birthday cake. They will also have a delicious menu of vegan bratwurst kolaches, corn dogs and ice cream sandwiches! Specialty items and cake slices are available while supplies last.

Blatt has some really exciting vegan options including a vegan currywurst, a super tasty root burger, a mushroom & farro bowl and of course, a huge lineup of beers to wash it down.

Edible landscapes are one of the hottest trends in garden design. Utiliz­ing areas in your landscape to grow edibles is a great way to add food to your table and reduce your grocery bill. This program teaches you how to incorporate edible plants into your home gar­den and landscape by taking advantage of their ornamental value. You will learn how herbs, fruits and vegetables can add to the colors and textures of your permanent landscape combin­ing both aesthetics’ and functionality.

Free.

Join us for our monthly dinner and social event at Spiral Diner & Bakery. Come to learn, share, have fun, and meet with other people who are interested in a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle. 

Free garden talk

Take a walk around the BRIT campus with Dr. Grace Bascopé, BRIT resident research associate and medical and environmental anthropologist, to learn about which and how plants were used by the First Peoples of the North Central Texas area. She will also discuss archaeological research carried out right around BRIT. Dr. Bascopé will show you the First Peoples Demonstration Garden and discuss how Native Americans and others optimize water conservation in their gardens in this dry region.

$20.

How'd your tomatoes do this summer? Your squash? If the answer is 'unfortunately, not so great' then this is the class for you! Successful Vegetable Gardening, taught by Kim Martin and Laurie Bostic of Barking Cat Farm, will cover a range of topics to help the beginning vegetable gardener be successful growing their own food organically. Apply your new found knowledge to your fall garden or get a jump on your 2019 garden. $35.

Craft and Growler is next door to Pizza Lounge, so you can order vegan pizza for delivery, and those pizzas are legit!

Learn how to make the holidays less stressful, how to prepare some southern favorites and enjoy vegan turkey and dressing, mac 'n cheese and more.

Register online.

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