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This two-day locavore celebration kicks off October 24 with a tasting of plates from eight Brooklyn standbys ($65), including apple pie from Luckybird and raw-bar items from Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co., as well as a 20-minute cooking lesson from five chefs including the Finch’s Gabe McMackin and the International Culinary Center’s Mark Borow, who'll demonstrate a butternut-squash–apple tart. That evening, join Andrew Tarlow—the founding father of Brooklyn's farm-to-table movement—for a Slow Down NYC dinner ($110) and get a tour of his restaurants Reynard and Marlow & Sons. Wrap up on Ocbtober 25 with a brunch screening of the agriculture-focused short film "Food for Thought, Food for Life" ($90), and hear from filmmaker Susan Rockefeller and chef Dan Barber during a Q&A. Time Out New York readers get 30-percent-off tickets with code: TONY.