Join us for a night of good grain

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March 30th, 2009 by Admin


Friday, April 17 (6-9pm, Doors 5:30) Unitarian Church of Vancouver, 949 W 49th Ave (at Oak)
Interested in heritage grains? Growing your own? Buying fresh, local wheat? Join us for a fun, informative evening! Dinner, drinks, a Brian Harris slide show, pedal-powered milling demonstrations, great speakers and more! Learn about Metro Vancouver’s new Urban Grain CSA and take some red fife seeds home!

Join John McKenzie (Anita’s Organic Grain & Flour Mill in Chilliwack) and Suzanne Fielden (Rocky Mountain Flatbread, Vancouver) who support each other in their quest for sustainably grown grain. Robert Giardino of the Heritage Grains Foundation, Martin Twigg and Ayla Harker, the organizers of Vancouver’s own Urban Grains CSA and Chris Hergesheimer, a researcher working with the FarmFolk/CityFolk Society will enlighten guests during an exciting and informative evening focused on re-engaging consumers in the grain/flour/bread process.

Includes dinner, activities, and seeds! Live music by Token Rhyme. Crannog Ales available for sale. Limited seating. Get your tickets early! CALL FARMFOLK AT 604.730.0450. Presented by FarmFolk/CityFolk, Anita’s Organic Grain & Flour Mill, Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co.

4 Responses to “Join us for a night of good grain”

  1. Olivia Wu Says:

    I am just wondering, for people who aren’t able to attend this event, is it still possible for general public to purchase red fife seeds (or flour)?

  2. Ayla Says:

    Hi Olivia,

    Farm Folk/City Folk is the group organizing the event, so they would be the ones to ask about getting seeds. As for flour – we’ll be selling shares after tonight’s event. First chance to buy will go to subscribers on our mailing list. If we hear about any other opportunities to buy local flour we will post about them here.


  3. Ali Says:

    Hi, I’m not on the mailing list and already have way too many lists that I am a part of (email mayhem), will you announce the sale of shares on this site as well?

  4. Ayla Says:

    Hi Ali,

    We will announce the start of share sales on the website, but it won’t be possible for anyone who isn’t on the list to purchase until we’ve offered shares to all of the listees. If there are shares remaining after the folks on the list have had a chance to buy then we will open it up to others.

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