On Monday, November 25th, Gratefull GVL is hosting Greenville’s first city-wide potluck! For this event, there is no expectations, dress code, or agenda – just an invitation to come together and share a meal with strangers and friends from the community. The Main Street bridge (on the 400 block of S. Main Street to be exact) will be closed off, and several long tables will be set up with a spot for everyone. This event is 100% FREE, kid-friendly, and open to the public from 11:30am-1:30pm.
Getting involved is simple! Every attendee is allowed to contribute something delicious to share with the community, but it is not required, and basic food items will be provided. If you wish to bring a dish, be sure to put your food in a disposable container. If you are a restaurant interested in supplying a large quantity of food, please sign up here.
Any leftover proceeds will go to Project Host, a non-profit in Greenville, to support their work in giving back to the community. If you’re looking to help sponsor the first Gratefull GVL Potluck of many, click here. Lastly unfortunately, all volunteer spots have been filled. Thank you, Greenville! But we hope to see you at the table. #gratefullgvl
For even more info on this first ever city-wide potluck you can click here. You can also follow along via their Instagram page for all the latest updates. Want to meet the Event Coordinator of Gratefull GVL? Read our exclusive interview with Mary Beth Cross here.