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The Stop’s Good Food for All

The Stop’s Good Food For All Festival is a free, family-friendly event that draws attention to food-related social and economic issues in the Davenport West and Junction Triangle neighbourhoods.logo of the Stop: a cooking pot with leaves growing towards the words the stop community food centre

Event Details

When: Saturday, September 22nd 2018

  • Community March: 11:30am—12pm
  • Festival: 12pm—3pm

Where: 1900 Davenport Rd, in front of Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre
Questions? Contact Kate Fane, Communications Officer, at 416-625-7867 x. 250 or kate@thestop.org //thestop.org/good-food-for-all-festival/

Now in its 12th year, the festival brings together hundreds of local residents in celebration and solidarity, and demonstrates the warmth, inclusivity, and power of our shared community.First Picture: A parade of people carrying signs. Second Picture: people standing in front of an easal with different coloured papers hanging.

The day begins with a peaceful march to raise awareness of the critical role that food security plays in the heart of any community. Following the march, attendees gather to enjoy a delicious meal, dance to live music, join fun and immersive activities, and hear passionate speakers from The Stop, like-minded organizations, and local social justice campaigns.

Confirmed partners to date include the City of Toronto’s Election Offices, Real Food for Real KidsLive Green TorontoLEAF – Local Enhancement and Appreciation of ForestsNew Moon KitchenPropeller Coffee Co.The Concerned KidsNot Far From The Tree, and Clover Roads Organic Farm. Want to join them? Contact caroline@thestop.org!

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