CASE.EDU:    HOME | DIRECTORIES | SEARCH
case western reserve university

WESTERN RESERVE STUDIES SYMPOSIUM

 

17th Annual

Western Reserve Studies Symposium

REGIONAL FOODS AND MARKETS:

Reconnecting Farmers and Consumers in the Western Reserve

Squire Valleevue Farm

Hunting Valley, Ohio

October 18-19, 2002

1:00pm
Registration


1:30
Welcome Gladys Haddad, Symposium Director,
Case Western Reserve University

1:45
"Epic Appetites: Images of Food in Ancient Greece and Rome"
Jenifer Neils, Case Western Reserve University

2:30
"Buckeyes, Corncrackers, and Suckers: Culinary Episodes in Ohio History"
Alan Rocke, Case Western Reserve University

Exhibit
"From Flour Scoops to Water Pitchers: Cooking by the Book"
Drawn from Private Collections and
Special Collections of the Kelvin Smith Library

Curator, N. Sue Hanson,
Case Western Reserve University

3:15
"Foods in Their Seasons: A Look at 1848 with Mrs. Jacob Meredith"
Amy Halsey, Hale Farm and Village

4:00
"The West Side Market: A Kaleidoscope of Clevelands Cultural History"
Joanne Lewis, Author, To Market, To Market

4:45
A Cleveland Memory: " A Postcard Retrospective of Its Markets"
Walter Leedy and William Barrow,
Cleveland State University

MANOR HOUSE
5:30
Reception
James and Patricia Iubelt, Maple Ridge Vineyard

6:30
Dinner
Parkers Restaurant

7:30
Program: "If Music Be the Food"
A Medley of Songs
Sandra Simon, Soprano
Nancy Maier, Accompanist


Saturday, October 19
SHAKER SQUARE

8:00am North Union Farmers Market Tour
Donita Anderson, Market Manager

Book Display
Joseph-Beth Booksellers

SQUIRE VALLEEVUE FARM
SHEEP BARN

9:30
Hospitality Coffee/Tea/Juice

10:00
"Sharing the Market Experience"

"The Market as Community" Mary Holmes,
Co-founder, North Union Farmers Market

"Finding the Farmers" Donita Anderson, Co-founder, North Union Farmers Market

11:00
"A View From the Dinner Table"
Parker Bosley, Chef/Owner Parkers Restaurant
Mark Welton, Farmer, Norton, Summit County
John Johnson, Farmer, Mt. Vernon, Knox County

12:00
Lunch

12:30
"Cleveland Ethnic Eats: A Culinary Road Map"
Laura Taxel, Author

1:15
"The Market as Engine for Economic Revival"
John Rasmussen, Consultant, Public Markets and Economic Development

2:00
A Panel
"Reversing the Trends: Creative Ideas for Reconnecting Farmers and Consumers in the Western Reserve"
Mary Holmes, Moderator

"American Farmland Trust"
Darwin Kelsey, Cuyahoga Valley Countryside Conservancy
Jill Clark,
Brad Masi, Ecological Design Innovation Center, Oberlin College
Kit Jensen, WCPN/WVIZ ideastream

3:30
Close

With the generous support of the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities and The Nord Family Foundation.