22nd Annual Stone Soup Festival

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22nd Annual Stone Soup Festival

Connecting Our Local Food Community

 

Saturday, May 13, 2017 Noon-5pm Britannia Community Centre
1661 Napier St @Commercial Dr Vancouver, BC V5L 4X4

 

Britannia Community Centre is pleased to announce and host the 22nd Annual Stone Soup Festival, a celebration of food, art, environment and community, including a food market, local artists, community groups, talks and workshops, live music, tea leaf reading, children’s activities, free soup and more!

More than ever, people are aware of the issues of food security, the benefits of sharing resources and eating ‘local’. Stone Soup will celebrate the diversity of food in our neighbourhood, the environment and its importance to the culture of our community.

Features Of This Year’s Festival Include:

  • Wild Salmon Caravan Art Build with Artist Nadine Pluzak 12-5pm West Zone
  • atari Taiko Performance 1pm West Zone
  • V’ni Dansi-Metis Dance & History, Come &Learn the Red River Jig, 2pm Gym D
  • Pasta Jewellery Making Workshop with Paula Luther 12-5pm Britannia Courtyard
  • Britannia Box Of Light with Kelty Jean McKerracher & Ronnie Dean Harris

12-5pm Britannia Site

Music Schedule: Commercial Drive Stage

12noon: Carnival Band; 1pm Backspin; 2pm Tim Sars Duo:
3pm Vancouver Fiddle Club; 4pm Rio Samaya

More Info: tel: (604)718-5800

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