A FRESH EVENT

 Read all the details below so you don’t miss a thing!  

A FARM FOLK CITY FOLK & THE WORLD IN A GRADEN EVENT

 

 The World in a Garden and FarmFolkCityFolk are coming together with Festival Cinemas to present the film FRESH – and it’s so much more than a movie screening, it’s “A Fresh Event”!

Join us for a thoughtful event of all things good: food, drinks, people, artisan gift bags, FRESH and more. (Must be 19+ to attend.)

 Delectable treats featuring ethically produced and local ingredients will be served by Vij’s, Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company, Edible BC, Choices Markets, Terra Breads and Seeds of Plenty. Pouring farm to table refreshments are Ethical Bean Coffee, Farmstead Wines, Crannog Ales and Dao Tea.

o      Meet the organizations and the people who make local food happen such as FarmFolkCityFolk, The World in a Garden, Sole Food, Foodtree, Kits Growers Market and Fresh Roots.

o    In addition you can buy a signed copy of The Tyee’s new book Harvested Here, purchase a 2011 Green Zebra coupon book or bid on our silent auction prize!

o       Guests will receive a gift bag full of goodies from Home Grow-in Grocer, Tower Foods Antipasto, Wendy Boys’ Cocolico chocolate sauce, JB’s Candy Store Home-made Caramel Popcorn and Green Zebra coupon book!

Be the first of 200 to purchase on line tickets for a chance to win 2 tickets to the 2011 Feast of Fields http://www.feastoffields.com  ( $190.00 value and BC’s best foodie event!) That’s 1 chance in 200 and some great odds! Order tickets online at http://www.festivalcinemas.ca or purchase tickets at the Ridge Theatre.

o       Door prizes include Seeds of Plenty, Natures Path and Ethical Bean gift baskets

About the Movie:
FRESH the movie celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system. Forging healthier, sustainable alternatives, they offer a practical vision for a future of our food and our planet. FRESH features urban farmer and activist, Will Allen, sustainable farmer and entrepreneur, Joel Salatin, made famous by Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma; and supermarket owner, David Ball, challenging our Wal-Mart dominated economy. To get a taste of FRESH the movie, click here: www.freshthemovie.com

The screening will raise money and awareness for sustainable food systems and the community work our organizations do to support farm to table connections. As part of the event we are inviting our partners who are committed to the work we believe in and have helped us along the way.

 

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