21 years old and still going strong. Yes, another successful Stone Soup last week, with sunny weather and lots of people enjoying the many food and art tables, entertainment, and workshops. Stone Soup is Britannia Community Centre’s largest festival and originally envisioned as a farmers market and food security education. As always, the Carnival Band kick off the festivities. Lori Snydor led an Urban Foraging workshop and Eddie gardener from the Wild Salmon Defenders Alliance spoke about the Wild Salmon Caravan. Homesteaders Emporium showed us how to make sauerkraut, and the Salvation Army cooked up some affordable healthy snacks, and much more. Thank you to all our volunteers and everyone who made it a success and hope to see you all again next year.