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My bad! Learning from failure in good food work
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
+ Foodie Drinks East-end Edition!
Working, volunteering or interested in local, sustainable, healthy, ethical food initiatives & businesses in the City? Come learn from our panel of Toronto food innovators. We all make mistakes, but do we learn from them? How can business and non-profit programs grow facing after strumbling blocks? What challenges face our sector? Come join the discussion with folks who've had plenty of success:
- Tony Sabherwal, Owner of Magic Oven
- Grace Yogaretnam, Co-Chair of the Toronto Youth Food Policy Council
- Laura Reinsborough, Founder & Director of Not Far From The Tree
Sign-in at 7:00-7:15... Join us after the panel around 8:30 for Foodie Drinks to mingle and learn about some initiatives and businesses in Beaches-East York and Toronto-Danforth. Join foodie Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon and others to learn more about what's happening and how to get involved. Let friends know you're coming by Tweeting with #FoodieDrinks and sharing this invitation. Always the best opportunity to connect.
Thank you to the Big Carrot for their support of this event!
Wheelchair accessible location. South of Woodbine TTC Station.
*Don't worry about printing tickets, we'll get your name at the door.
**The service fees are relatively high here, so feel free to pay in person. $5 bucks for members, $10 for guests, $15+ to attend and become a Food Forward member! Free for Supporting Members/monthly donors. Thx for the contribution - it helps put on this event and sustain Food Forward's work.
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Food Forward is a registered non-profit organization in Toronto that provides a people's voice for a better food system. We work with the public, politicians and those involved in the food sector to educate and advocate for food that is healthy, local, sustainable, ethically produced and accessible for all.
Films That Move is a free social change film series that helps people connect+collaborate in their neighbourhoods. Last summer, Films That Move hosted Hungry for Change with George Brown's Chef School, a free community event on the way we grow, buy and learn about the food we eat.