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Houston’s Block to Block Harvest Party

You’re invited to the harvest party! Join Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Recipe for Success Foundation as we celebrate the unveiling of our new community garden to help nourish a Houston neighborhood.

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You’re invited to the harvest party! Join Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Recipe for Success Foundation as we celebrate the unveiling of our new community garden to help nourish a Houston neighborhood.

Tito’s Handmade Vodka recently launched ‘Block to Block,’ a program aimed at connecting communities facing food insecurity with access to healthy foods, one block at a time. Creating community gardens within these urban areas stemmed right from Tito’s own farm, built for our distillery workers with the same idea in mind: making fresh foods easy to access while inspiring healthy eating.

Back in the spring, working with Recipe for Success Foundation on their 7 acre urban farm, 21 raised beds were built in the center of a Houston neighborhood in need. Months later, our community garden is ready to be unveiled and we’re inviting you to come join the celebration!

We’re asking local community members to join the party. We’ll serve up the party favors, all you need to do is show up.

Find the important information below and see you Sunday!


Who:

Recipe for Success Foundation is on a mission to combat childhood obesity and food injustice with programs that teach, inspire, and empower healthy eating. Back in May, we teamed up with this nonprofit and over 60 dedicated volunteers to get our Houston garden growing in the middle of their Hope Farms project, a 7 acre farm in the middle of the city.

What:

Join the party! Help celebrate the opening of our urban community garden with live music and fresh food and drinks made with ingredients from the new garden.

When:

Sunday, November 17 from 2 pm-5 pm

Where:

Hope Farms located at 10401 Scott St., Houston, TX 77051

*Nearby parking and shuttles. Ride share encouraged.

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