Films that Move – Hungry for Change

Join Hungry for Change, a free community event on the way we grow, buy and learn about the food we eat.

Watch a short movie, sample delicious local food and meet Toronto’s community kitchens, neighbourhood gardens, chefs, farmers and teachers like Vert Catering, George Brown Chef School, Cowbell and Fiesta Farms.

Learn about free community programs, local business, and volunteer and funding opportunities.

Read further to find out how you can get FREE tickets!

Free tickets at filmsthatmove.org

Films That Move: Hungry for Change
Saturday, June 18, 2011 10am-2pm
George Brown Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts
300 Adelaide St. East

Join Hungry for Change, a free community event on the way we grow, buy and learn about the food we eat.

Meet Toronto’s community kitchens, chefs, farmers, teachers and gardeners. Sample local food and learn about free community programs, local business, volunteer and funding opportunities.

Join Hungry for Change, a free community event on the way we grow, buy and learn about the food we eat.
Meet Toronto’s community kitchens, chefs, farmers, teachers and gardeners. Sample local food and learn about free community programs, local business, volunteer and funding opportunities.

Food. This simple word brings up different images, issues and emotions for many people. Toronto offers a wealth of programs, services and research on food, and with Ontario’s delicious local produce right in our backyard, we decided to create a friendly community event where people can:

* Sample delicious food grown right in Ontario and prepared by community

kitchens, chefs and community-friendly businesses, like Vert Catering, George

Brown Chef School, Cowbell and Fiesta Farms.

* Learn about food sustainability and community-friendly businesses from

Toronto’s food community leaders.

* Connect with free programs from urban farming and cooking classes, to

children’s activities and farmer’s markets in our street fair.

* Join a local community garden, help pick fruit trees, or share gardening and

cooking skills with your neighbours.

They’ll be announcing two lucky winners with $2,500 each toward a community garden project. And share your ideas on food in our Food for Thought video and photo booth.

>> Be sure to arrive early as eating is limited and first come, first served <<

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