Britannia Community Centre invites you to the 17th annual Stone Soup Festival. This much loved community food celebration is a food institution in Grandview Woodlands bringing together farmers market, food vendors, artists, community tables and more in a celebration of the importance of food in our lives. In the spirit of the Stone Soup story where strangers become friends through preparing and eating food together, we build relations with one another. The Stone Soup Festival is all about celebration and belonging. We all become closer celebrating our common love for food, but at Stone Soup we celebrate not just our common enjoyment of food but also we are sharing a passion and interest to build a healthy, equitable, and environmentally sustainable food system.
Special events include:
The Urban Weaver Project: Drop in workshop with artists/weavers Sharon Kallis, Debra Sparrow and Todd De Vries; Explore simple weaving techniques with English Ivy; suitable for families with children 6 and up with adult assistance. 12 -5pm, Family Activity Room
Growing Up On The Prairies: Ecology, Food and Community. A talk by Lori Weidenhammer. 1pm Britannia Library.
Just Enough: Performance by Maggie Winston of Lost & Found Puppet Company. 2pm West Kid’s Area.
Sauerkraut Demonstration. 3pm Britannia Site.
The Dixie Stars Storytellers: The Stone Soup Story. 3:30pm West Kid’s Area
Free Soup provided by: Liquids+Solids Café & Market. Plus all-day musical entertainment, facepainting, craft workshops, tea leaf reading, & more!
Information: britanniacentre.org or 604.718.5800