Where does your food come from? Local school-aged kids participating in the Summer Lunch Program sponsored by the Gallatin Valley Food Bank will be exploring answers to this question in the upcoming weeks.
Volunteers of Gallatin Valley Farm to School will be leading the children in farm to school activities such as making butter, planting a bucket garden, and exploring the BOB, the Bozone Ozone Bus – a mobile greenhouse bus created by the Bozeman Youth Initiative.
The activities will be held at the SOB Barn on the Montana State University campus July 6th to July 12th and at Centennial Park July 13th through July 19th. The Summer Lunch Program provides free lunches to school-aged children weekdays from noon to 1pm throughout the summer. No pre-registration is necessary and all children under the age of 18 are welcome.
More information about the Summer Lunch Program can be found at Gallatin Valley Food Bank’s website.