Congratulations to Serena Rundberg, our fearless leader here at Feed, at the Nova Cafe and now also at tart! She won Entrepreneur of the Year at Prospera Business Network‘s awards ceremony this week and it is definitely well deserved. You can read more about the awards in this Bozeman Daily Chronicle article. We couldn’t be more proud of her, and you’ve seen for yourself the wonderful businesses she has created and continues to help thrive and grow.
Photo of Serena by Mike Greener of Greener Visuals. Hair and makeup by Deirdre Quinn of Indulgence.
We know it was painfully early, so we want to extend an extra big thanks to the big crowd who braved the wee hours of the morning to attend Morning Edition‘s live broadcast yesterday. It was fun, thought provoking and inspiring. We even got to have coffee with Montana Senator Jon Tester! (That’s our owners Serena and Sean with Senator Tester in the photo above.)
If you missed hearing it in person or on the radio that morning, here’s a link to where you can listen to it any time. You can also see photos of the event taken by local photographer Jessie Moore on NPR Generation Listen‘s Facebook page.
Join NPR’s Generation Listen and Yellowstone Public Radio for a special LIVE Listening Party and Broadcast of NPR’s Morning Edition. We are delighted to host NPR’s Morning Edition host David Greene here at Feed Cafe.
Become a part of the most listened-to weekday show in the country as David explores the question: How does where you live define what you need from your government? Reporting stories from the week leading up to the broadcast will dig into what matters to voters, and how much the land, the streets, and the cities where they live impact their experience.
Get the chance to meet David, participate in a Q&A, and feed your curiosity – all while seeing live radio made for broadcast and connecting with new friends as part of NPR Generation Listen’s community of curious citizens.
1530 W. Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715
3am – 5am: Watch a live recording of Morning Edition with David Greene and NPR Generation Listen
5am – 7am: Q&A and a chance to meet David and hang out with our guests
This is a FREE event. Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Let us know you’re interested here: reserve a spot
Tonight from 5 – 7 pm, the Community Cafe will be serving dinner prepared by our very own Chef Sean Lehman and the Cafe’s Culinary Arts Program students. The menu is “Breakfast for Dinner” featuring a beef bacon hash with french green beans, caramelized onion, Bausch potatoes, raosted garlic aioli and poached eggs, a curry roasted cauliflower and carrot soup, organic country bread, and a fruit and yoghurt parfait. The beef is generously donated by Yellowstone Grassfed Beef, which makes it Montana grown, grass fed, and extra delicious!
The Community Cafe is Montana’s only “pay what you can” restaurant, serving the entire community affordably and well. It also has a culinary arts and workforce training program that helps aspiring chefs gain skills and experience vital for gaining employment in the restaurant industry.
Who knew that these coffee bags…
could become this!
Check out this stunning dress, created with de la Paz Coffee bags! It won the the Eco Award at the Junk 2 Funk Fashion Show last night, a fundraiser for Engineers Without Borders! We couldn’t be prouder of our team, especially our baker Jaime on the far left who painstakingly handcrafted the dress. Turns out baking isn’t her only skill!