Posted by: Rabideye | October 12, 2009

Sunday, Oct. 18: Celebration of Local Food 2-5 PM

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This from Kevin Wilson of http://transitionpowellriver.wordpress.com/

“Come on out next Sunday Oct 18th to our Celebration of Local Food, 2-5pm at the Unitarian Hall in Cranberry. There will be displays and sales by local food organizations, producers, and support businesses; a silent auction; organic free trade coffee for sale; and recognition and thanks to our local food systems contributors.

If you wish, you can bring a local or home-made snack to share (this isn’t a potluck meal, but we’re hoping for a variety of finger food!). Admission is by donation.

We do still need a few volunteers to help the event run smoothly and make sure that a few people are not carrying all the load. If you can help set up tables at 12:30, or from 2pm onwards wash dishes, man the door, or serve refreshments for an hour or so, we could use you! Please email and let me know when you can help.

We look forward to seeing you there!”

Prepare for Peak Oil – Transition Powell River: http://transitionpowellriver.wordpress.com
A Celebration of Local Food: Sun Oct 18th, Unitarian Hall
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  1. […] sure that we can think of ideas that should be in here. I intend to use next Sunday’s Celebration of Local Food event, co-sponsored by Transition Town Powell River and the Powell River Food Security Project, as […]

  2. […] wonderful cooperation and action in the community of people who support local food: the first ever Celebration of Local Food, which was co-sponsored by Transition Town Powell River and the Powell River Food Security Project. […]


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