Wisdom from community builders
Upcoming webinar: Thursday, July 3, 2014 12-1 p.m. EDT
To learn more and register, visit www.cfccanada.ca/webinars
Join Community Food Centres Canada for a free webinar that will explore different ways community-builders are using food programs like community gardens, markets, public suppers, and bake ovens to animate local parks. We’ll highlight how the principles of placemaking can transform public spaces by highlighting local assets and serving common needs.
On the panel are Jutta Mason, who for over 20 years has led the transformation of Dufferin Grove Park
to a vibrant, community-supported park, and Sabina Ali, who alongside a Women’s Committee in her culturally diverse neighbourhood of Thorncliffe Park, started a plein air South Asian bazaar and community Tandoor oven. Moderator Liz Curran, the Manager of the Regent Park Community Food Centre
at CRC, is developing a suite of food programs to animate the newly re-developed Regent Park neighbourhood, including gardens, a greenhouse, and bake ovens.
We hope you can join us! Feel free to Share it on Facebook
, forward via email, or Tweet about it (we’re @aplaceforfood
and you can use the #placemaking tag)
When: Thursday, July 3, 2014 from 12 to 1 p.m. EDT
Where: Your Computer
How Much: Free!
To LEARN MORE and REGISTER, visit www.cfccanada.ca/webinars
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