Potluck Dinner and Farmageddon movie

Let's enjoy some good food and watch the latest documentary in on farm and food politics directed and produced by Massachusetts mother Kristin Canty! We have watched the screening last fall with her, and it is an emotionally riveting movie about food rights. Farmageddon stars Joel Salatin (Polyface Farms also in Food Inc.) and Mark McAfee (Organic Pastures Dairy, California), among others. It is currently #5 on Itunes for Independent Movies! It is playing on Amazon Video on Demand, Netflix, Blockbuster on Demand, XBox, Zune etc.

The movie is about 1 hour 30 minutes (90 min), so we will watch first and then have dinner!


Watch the Official Film Trailer now!

http://photos4.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/8/2/0/c/event_113193292.jpegKristin Canty is the Director/Producer of Farmageddon; The Unseen War on American Family Farms.  She is a first-time film maker, small farm advocate, fresh milk drinker and a mom.  One of her children was ridden with multiple allergies and asthma as a pre-schooler, and when medications couldn’t help him, she found that raw milk helped him recover.  Since then, she has tried to buy most of her family’s food directly from local, organic farms. When Kristin learned that farmers and co-ops all over the country were increasingly getting raided by the government, she set out to  make a film about it. She hopes that when people see it, it can change the tide of public pressure so that our government stops harassing and adding costly burdens to our small, organic farmers. Kristin lives in Concord, Massachusetts with her husband, four children, two dogs , two cats and 11 chickens.



Some people have some serious cross-contamination issues with gluten. Labels on food please! Our home is gluten-free and soy-free but NOT casein-free or nut-free. We do not consume peanuts but ingredients in some foods may be produced in the same factory as milk, fish, shellfish and/or peanuts. If you have a life-threatening or dangerous food allergy please notify the organizers, and consider only watching the presentation and avoiding the food.


This meetup will be help at our place in Back Bay. It's super easy to get to, we live right above the Hynes Convention Center T-Stop (Green line) and near #1, 193, and CT1 Bus (Mass Ave & Newbury). The Back Bay Commuter Line is about a 15 min walk.

We live at 360 Newbury St, Unit 411 (4th floor), Boston MA 02115 (You can GPS it) also I-90, exit Copley will get you there. We live above Best Buy on the corner of Mass Ave with the entrance on Newbury St in a concierge building – call the concierge from the touchpad (our name is on the directory but our phone is not connected to it) and the concierge will let you in. We are also above the Hynes Convention Green line subway.


1) cheapest but hardest to come on Newbury street/curbside parking.

2) Danker and Donahue Parking Garage (Cash only) on 341 Newbury St is the closest parking like 500 ft away. If this is full then got to #3


3) Pilgrim Parking Garage/Hynes Auditorium Garage (I think this might be cash only too – call to confirm)- take a left onto Mass Ave, then left on Boylston, then right on 50 Dalton St. Huge multistory garage. This is one block from where we live about 5 min.  http://www.pilgrimparking.com/boston-parkin

Amit & Dr. Shilpi Bhadra Mehta, O.D.


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