On Sunday, Nov. 18, at 6 p.m. Slow Food Martha’s Vineyard and The Farm Institute are hosting a community harvest potluck at the Chilmark Community Center. The potluck is open to the public and everyone is asked to bring a dish for six to share, made with at least one local ingredient.

This event is zero-waste and BYOB and BYOP (plates and utensils).

The dinner is free but local cranberries, including sweetened and dried, will be sold at the event. Proceeds from cranberry sales benefit the restoration of the Vineyard Open Land Foundation cranberry bog.

For more information, visit slowfoodmarthasvineyard.org.