November 26, 2019
Contact: Abby Ferla, People’s Medicine Project
(413) 523-3791 ; firstname.lastname@example.org
People’s Medicine Project’s long-time client and friend Peter Hadley is launching a new catering company BASH, making its Pioneer Valley debut with an elaborate locally-sourced Tapas Style Dinner at Greenfield’s Hawks and Reed on Wednesday December 4th from 6-8PM! BASH emphasizes quality above convenience in both service and food preparation, with custom services to fit each client’s needs while focusing on supporting local resources and remaining environmentally mindful!
Please join People’s Medicine for an innovative and delicious spin on the Spanish tapas tradition of small portions, using organic, local, and sustainably-sourced ingredients. Enjoy live jazz piano by the masterful Khaliff Neville (of the Neville Brothers) while you eat and sample a signature non-alcoholic botanical drink at the full service bar. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the People’s Medicine Project, a Health Justice organization and free alternative health clinic. Members of the Project will be present to speak about their organization’s community-sustaining work. Tickets can be purchased through the Hawks and Reed website at:
Or, save the ticket fee, by calling Hawks and Reed directly at (413) 774-0150 – leave your name, your phone number and that you’re interested in tickets to BASH and they will call you back!
Finally, be sure to ACT QUICKLY, because People’s Medicine is giving away **FREE TICKETS** to the first FIVE people who sign up to be sustaining donors before the event. Sustaining donors are the backbone of PMP. Becoming a sustaining donor means YOU support the vitally important work of increasing access to alternative and complementary medicine, and YOUR bold ongoing commitment promotes heath justice in our community. Visit peoplesmedicineproject.com/donate TODAY to become a sustaining donor! And don’t worry, even if you’re not one of the lucky first five to sign up, anyone who pledges to be a sustaining donor during PMP’s Giving Tuesday campaign, will receive a fabulous PMP t-shirt designed by Carol at Taproot Threads!