Personal Pot Pie Takeaway Dinner

For $15, you get a personal pot pie takeaway dinner with your choice of pot pie, curried apple slaw, and your choice of apple crisp.

Pot pie choices:

  • Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie with a Wheat Crust (contains meat and wheat)
  • Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie with a Gluten-Free Crust (contains meat, no wheat)
  • Vegan (Mushroom-Veggie) Pot Pie with a Vegan, Gluten-Free Crust (no meat, no wheat)

Apple crisp choices:

  • Traditional (contains wheat and dairy)
  • Gluten-Free (contains dairy, no wheat)
  • Vegan and Gluten-Free (no wheat, no dairy)

Preorder below by November 1st. Pickup is November 6th from 4 – 6 pm at First Universalist Church of Yarmouth, 97 Main Street, Yarmouth, ME. Please select your pickup time on the order form linked below.

After completing the order form linked below, please submit your payment via GiveButter (which accepts Venmo, PayPal, or credit cards) or by sending a check in the mail to the First Universalist Church of Yarmouth, 97 Main Street, Yarmouth, ME. Please add in the notes section: “MFS” and the name used for the preorder.

This is an event for justice with 100% of proceeds gifted to Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust for the Wabanaki Garden.

The Mowita’nej Epijij Community Garden

100% of the proceeds from this event for justice will go to support this Wabanaki Garden project.

The Mowita’nej Epijij (welcome to the gathering place) community garden is a space for Indigenous people in the territory we now call Maine to explore their interest in growing our traditional foods and medicines.  The hope is to create a safe place to nurture interest in growing food and medicine that reduces barriers to healthy traditional food for the Wabanaki and the BIPOC (black, indigenous, and persons of color) community.  The dream for the landscape is that it will be inviting to children, elders, and the ages in between to gather, share community, stories, and love for the outdoors.  The space at Crystal Spring Farm is inviting for many reasons, just one of those is the vast trails and plants that live outside of the growing space.  We grow crops such as Abenaki Calais Flynt corn, Algonquin Long Pie pumpkins, traditional tobacco, herbs, greens, and many more.  This project is supported by and in community with the Eastern Woodlands Rematriation, Mawita’nej First Nation Youth Group, and many more.