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Oct092018

October 9, 2018, Tuesday - Indigenous Food and Culture with The Sioux Chef's Sean Sherman at Westminster

Time: 6:00 pm

Location: Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1200 Marquette Ave

Indigenous Food and Culture with The Sioux Chef's Sean Sherman

Join us for TownTalks, a new downtown happy-hour event aimed at young adults under age 40, presented by the Westminster Town Hall Forum.

Is exploring key issues of the day your M-O, made even better with good food and adult beverages? Check out TownTalks on Nicollet Mall and 12th Street in downtown Minneapolis! 

  • 5:00pm - Happy Hour with live music, tasty cuisine for sale and a cash bar

  • 6:00pm - Speaker presentations, followed by Q&A

  • 7:00pm - Booksigning and meet-and-greet with the speakers

TownTalks kicks off on Tuesday, October 9, with a lively conversation on Indigenous Food and Culture with Sean Sherman, the James Beard award-winning author and chef from The Sioux Chef, and Anton Treuer, author and expert on Native American history. Chef Sherman and Dr. Treuer will share insights into indigenous food, culture, language, and history. Admission is free -- and there's even free parking in the underground garage at Westminster Church!