Celebrate Seafood Events
Celebrate Seafood events are a great way to learn more about the issues surrounding sustainable seafood and the steps you can take to protect the oceans. 2013 events will include documentary screenings, dinners, cooking classes and forums.
Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Where: Simons IMAX Theatre, New England Aquarium
Did you know that oysters, scallops, fin fish, clams and shrimp—all delicious and sustainable sources of healthy proteins in our seafaring state—are farmed right here in Massachusetts? Join us to learn from producers, researchers, chefs and officials about the role aquaculture in our state will play in the future of our food system. Keynote address by Barton Seaver (pictured at right), chef, author of For Cod and Country and sustainability fellow in residence at the New England Aquarium.
Sustainable Sushi Class
Date: February 28, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: Boston Center for Adult Education
The New England Aquarium's Sustainable Seafood Program and Aquarium Executive Chef Bill Bradley team up with the Boston Center for Adult Education for a hands-on sustainable sushi class. With the know-how to make sustainable sushi at home, you’ll be wrapping and rolling your way to more vibrant oceans and more delicious dinners!
Sustainable Seafood Dinner at City Landing
Date: April 8, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Where: City Landing, 255 State St., Boston
The New England Aquarium's Sustainable Seafood Program partners with City Landing’s accomplished chef, Bill Brodsky, for an evening of wine, food and conversation. The four-course dinner will feature curried mussels, seared Arctic char and caramelized black cod. Members of our Conservation team will be on hand to talk about the featured species and offer information about the important connection between the ocean and your plate.
Sustainable Seafood Dinner at Tomasso Trattoria
Date: May 3, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm
Where: 154 Turnpike Rd, Southborough, MA
Reservations: 508-481-8484 or tomassotrattoria.com
Tomasso Trattoria is hosting the next Celebrate Seafood dinner event with a four-course, traditional Italian dinner from Executive Chef Joshua Brown. Members of our Sustainable Seafood Programs will be on hand to talk about the featured species and offer information about the important connection between the ocean and your plate.
Outreach Coordinator, Sustainable Seafood Programs