CRFAIR Food Talks - Changing the Way We Eat

April 29

  • Monday, April 29 Doors at 7:30 pm / Event at 8 pm
  • Tickets $20 / $10 (Students and Seniors)

Loosely based on the famous TED Talks, Food Talks – Changing the Way We Eat will feature locals who are putting ideas into action that are part of a greater food movement that is looking to create more regional, health promoting and sustainable food systems. Accompanied by song, dance or visuals, each presenter will have five minutes to tell you about the idea and how it is working in the region.

To close the evening, the Capital Region Food and Agriculture Roundtable (CRFAIR) will present this year’s Local Food Champion with their award and a cheque for $500 to put to a food project of their choice. Come be part of a vibrant, forward thinking conversation!

Hosted by The Belfry Theater

Locally prepared foods served in the lobby at 7:30pm with the Food Talks starting at 8:00pm. There will be one 15-minute intermission.

Tickets available through the Box Office and online. Adults $20 Students/Seniors $10 plus tax (5% GST)

Belfry Theatre
1291 Gladstone Avenue
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada, V8T 1G5
Administration 250-385-6835
Fax 250-385-6336
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Audience Advisory: As this presentation is in the Belfry Arts Centre Studio A, latecomers cannot be admitted. Studio A is Open Seating. Please note that this is not a Belfry production; therefore, Belfry gift certificates, vouchers, and coupons cannot be used. No refunds or exchange.

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