Do Good Through Food Tourism, Ice Cream Stories and Parties, Facial Hair Competition, + Music from the Eerie Canal
Do you want to travel the globe, eat great food, and do good for the world? Of course you do. Join Travel+Social Good at Fools Gold to discuss the importance and impact of food tourism. Hear about the stories of local sustainable beer brands and craft breweries in New York. This is just one workshop taking place at the same time in all seven of their hub cities around the world.
Before summer slips away completely, get a primer on ice cream in NYC. Museum of Food and Drink hosts an evening with ice cream experts Max Falkowitz and Stella Parks to discuss the history of ice cream saloons and sandwiches, showcase a favorite ice cream recipe, and throw a full-on sundae party. Sprinkles included.
Even if you can't grow a giant beard yourself, you'll want to see the extravagant facial hair that some people tend to. A group of guest judges choose the best whiskers from different categories like best moustache (natural and styled) and best mutton chops. Let that long beautiful hair flow!!
To celebrate the bicentennial of the first digging of the Eerie Canal, the Waterfront Museum is participating in events that celebrate the cultural and historical significance of the canal. Musicians Jay Ungar and Molly Mason will be on board headlining an evening of events, including a documentary screening and other musicians performing music from the heyday of the Canal.