Rapid City Public Library hosting Rhonda Pearcy, creator of Fork Real Café
Rapid City, SD – The Rapid City Public Library will be hosting a presentation by Rhonda Pearcy, the creative force behind Fork Real Café, a non-profit-pay-what-you-can community cafe that offers fresh farm-to-table meals.
Rhonda Pearcy established Fork Real Café as a way to combine her love for cooking and passion for the community of Rapid City.
Pearcy will be speaking at the downtown library location on Wednesday, March 20, from noon to 1 p.m.
The talk will focus on how Fork Real Café promotes sustainability, minimizes food waste and helps feed people in the community that need it the most.
Pearcy spent 10 years in the education system and completed her Masters of Education in the neuroscience of holistic community learning. She managed the kitchen of the Cornerstone Rescue Mission for one year. Fork Real Café is modeled after One World Everybody Eats, an organization of over 60 cafés operating throughout the United States from New Jersey to North Carolina to Colorado.
For more information about library programs for adults, including movie series, hands-on events, classes and live music, please visit our website at www.rapidcitylibrary.org.