IGGERS DIGEST | Fun weekend food: Northside Arts Crawl, Eat 4 Equity's Wild Things Festival, and South African wine and barbeque

Eat 4 Equity's Wild Things Festival - see more photos on their Facebook page.

Looking for food adventures this weekend?

Flow Northside Arts Crawl and Dinner on the Farm are having an Underground Dinner Party on Friday at the Minneapolis Photo Center, 2400 N. Second St., Minneapolis featuring food from the West Broadway Farmer's Market, prepared by chef Serge Kogan of Pimento Jamaican Kitchen. Cost is $70 per person; for details and more information, click here.

There are still tickets left for Eat4Equity's Wild Things Festival, this Saturday and Sunday at Lily Springs Farms near Osceola, WI. Music, camping, kayaking canoeing, yoga, homebrew, woodfire pizza and more. "All ticket sales support Eat for Equity and our work building a community of generosity through sustainable community feasts."

On Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m., WInes of South Africa is hosting From BBQ to Braai, a wine tasting and South African-style barbecue at the Depot, 225 3rd Ave. S., Minneapolis. Tickets are $30, with proceeds going to benefit the Africa Classroom Connection.

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Minneapolis, MN 55411
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