Queer Speed Dating Night

Queer Speed Dating Night

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Calling ALL Queers! On June 18th at 6pm we are hosting our annual Queer Speed Dating Night. Yes it’s time to get yourself out there. Looking for a date? A friend? A companion? Sexy fun? We got you. Meals 4 Heels will be here serving up 'that feel good meal' and Side Yard Farm will be slinging farm crafted cocktails/mocktails & local wine. Your ticket includes dinner & admission. 

*UPON CHECK OUT, PLEASE CHOOSE THE JUNE 18TH @ 6PM OPTION!

All LGBTQIA folx are welcome! This is a body positive, anti-racist, safe space. Feel free to get all farm fancy if you want!

Rules:

-Must wear a mask upon arrival & show your vaccination card at the door

 -Must be 21 and older

Timeline for Event:

-Welcome drinks/meet n' greet

-Speed Dating: Round 1

-Drinks & dinner

-Speed Dating: Round 2

-End of the night drinks

M4H MENU

Black eyed pea fritters, vegan/gf cornbread, “chow chow”- a Southern sweet pickled cabbage relish, topped w/a drizzle of hot sauce, layered on a bed of braised collard greens

Hickory Pulled Chicken w/Alabama “Gold” bbq sauce, along side a bed of braised collard greens(v), and slice of vegan/cornbread

ABOUT MEALS 4 HEELS

Meals 4 Heels, the world’s only late-night meal delivery service that caters to sex workers and sex positive clientele, was founded by the ingenious Portland, Oregon chef Nikeisah Netwon in 2019. M4H has proudly stepped in to answer the call for nutritious, punctual, and professional food delivery service in “the strip club capital of America”. Her team has been in the front lines at trans marches, pride events, Black Lives Matter protests, food initiatives for the homeless, and have partnered previously with Don’t Shoot PDX. Nationally, their delivery service has received many calls across the country for expansion and garnered a great deal of positivity in the media. For the time being, Meals 4 heels will remain focused on using their food services to create a difference for the marginalized in the Pacific Northwest. You can learn more about M4H journey in food activism by following them Facebook and Instagram!