A Place at the Table series of food and film moves into new territory this Wednesday night, July 27, as the corn ripens, the okra becomes abundant and the squash is squashier.
After the farm market (5 p.m.) on the West End United Methodist lawn (2200 West End Ave.), amble inside for dinner of squash frittata, stewed okra, field peas and roasted corn salad, melon and cucumber, peach cobbler and green tea lemonade with basil.
The evening's movie (at 6:30) moves into a new season, too, with Lost in Woonsocket, a documentary that follows friends trying to help two alcoholic men recover and rejoin society.
The synopsis from the filmmakers:
Missing for years, two alcoholics are discovered living together in the back woods of Woonsocket, R.I. A series of profound coincidences lead to miraculous reunions with their families and a chance at treatment, recovery and redemption. The real challenge, however, is yet to come: What happens when only one of the men is able to remain sober?
The church is at 2200 West End Ave. Call for reservations, 321-8500. Dinner and a movie is $12 for adults, $5 per child.