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Poster for the 3rd Annual Folklife Festival of Newfoundland and Labrador, Seeds to Supper.
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Descriptive TitlePoster for the 3rd Annual Folklife Festival of Newfoundland and Labrador, Seeds to Supper.
CategoryFestive events and games
TopicFestivals
KeywordsCommunity festivals
DescriptionPoster for the 3rd Annual Folklife Festival of Newfoundland and Labrador, Seeds to Supper; presented by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, and to be held August 13-21, 2011 in St. John's. "Celebrating Agricultural Traditions Past and Present."
CollectorJarvis, Dale Gilbert
Location Depicted/DiscussedCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador
Formatapplication/pdf
Extent1.99 MB
TypeText
Resource TypePoster
Languageeng
CollectionIntangible Cultural Heritage Inventory - Other Materials
TranscriptSeeds to supper 3RD ANNUAL FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL of Newfoundland & Labrador August 13 to 21 2011 CELEBRATING AGRICULTURAL TRADITIONS PAST AND PRESENT w w w. s e e d s t o s u p p e r. c a Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador presents an artist-run gallery August 13th 9am–2pm ST. JOHN'S FARMER'S MARKET (Lion's Club Chalet, Bonaventure Ave., St. John's) A wide variety of vendors will participate at this years market, including farmers with early produce, international foods, arts and crafts, fresh coffee, photography, waffles, sweet snacks, kids events, buskers, and special events! 10am–5pm 53rd Annual Farm Field Da y (208 Brookfield Rd., St. John's) Hosted by The Agriculture Cold Climate Research Centre features displays of research, tractor tours, and a display by the Agricultural History Society. 2pm Edible Wild Plants: A power point presentation (MUN Botanical Gardens, St. John's) Dandelion stew? Dogberry jelly? Todd Boland, the Botanical Garden's Research Horticulturist will point out many culinary treasures hidden in our forest, fields and roadsides. 9am–2pm FEASt Workshop: Making Food Fun (St John's Farmer's Market - Lion's Club Chalet, Bonaventure Ave., St. John's) This summer Food Education and Action St. John's will be hosting a series of workshops at the St. John's Farmer's Market. August 14th 2pm–4pm Seds to Supper Sunday Family Pro grams (MUN Botanical Gardens, St. John's) Make flowerpots from recycled materials, visit our vegetable garden, see how worms eat our garbage and make our soil, plant some edible seeds and feed the ducks. 10am–11:30am Edible Plant Hikes (MUN Botanical Gardens) Join Diane Pelley, Visitor Services Supervisor, for an edible plant hike that will go over the common and the not-so-common edible plants of our boreal forest, fen and barrens. August 15th 1pm–4:30pm Food, Folklore & To urism Workshop (Cupids Legacy Centre, Cupids) An open panel discussion session about culinary tourism in NL and the challenges and potentional of culinary tourism programing. August 16th 7:30pm An Evening with Century Farmers: The Rubys & Lesters (Lester's Catering, Pearltown Rd., St. John's) Join host Kevin Aucoin with Century Farm families Leonard and Lena Ruby, and Jim and Michelle Lester, for a discussion on farms and farm life, past, present and future. August 17th 11am–2pm Art Garden WORKSHOP (Eastern Edge Gallery, 72 Harbourside Dr., St. John's) As part of the Art Marathon Festival this year, Eastern Edge is holding workshops to create a Moveable Art Garden, which will be part of FEASt's Third Annual Open Garden Day on Sunday August 21. August 18th 11am–2pm Art Garden WORKSHOP (Eastern Edge Gallery, 72 Harbourside Dr., St. John's) As part of the Art Marathon Festival this year, Eastern Edge is holding workshops to create a Moveable Art Garden, which will be part of FEASt's Third Annual Open Garden Day on Sunday August 21. August 20th 9am–2pm St. John's Farmer's Market (Lion's Club Chalet, Bonaventure Ave., St. John's) A wide variety of vendors will participate at this years market, including farmers with early produce, international foods, arts and crafts, fresh coffee, photography, waffles, sweet snacks, kids events, buskers, and special events! 10:30am Thre Cheers for Composting! (MUN Botanical Gardens, St. John's) This presentation will introduce the practical steps of starting composting, indoors and out. The indoor presentation will be followed by a short walk in the garden to view some compost bins. August 21st 12pm–4pm FEASt Open Garden Da y (see www.seedstosupper.ca for locations) Open Garden Day is a chance for those interested in or already growing their own food to take a self-guided tour through the many gardens in the city. FEASt will provide a map to all the participating gardens.
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