During our national conference Changing the Menu, Équiterre invites you to the Harvest Cocktail Dinner, a unique networking evening taking place during the Changing the Menu conference. This event is scheduled on Friday November 13th. This event will take place on Friday November 13th at the Locoshop Angus in Montreal. It will be a special occasion to meet and greet numerous people involved in the food mouvement from all around Canada.
Moreover, you will have the chance to sample scrumptious foods, prepared by experienced chef Vincent Lafleur with produce grown expressly for the evening by La Ferme De La Berceuse, from our Family farmers network. Be inspired by the Farm to School movement that is unfolding in Canada and the United States, as Anupama Joshi (US National Farm to School Network) and Joanne Bays (Farm to Cafeteria Canada) offer a selection of mobilizing stories, thoughtful insights, and exciting announcements.
The Harvest Cocktail Diner will take place at the Locoshop Angus, the first ecological industrial building in Canada. The hall is part of the Technopole Angus complex, a dynamic business location, the result of urban revitalization.
The Changing the Menu conference runs from November 12th to 14th in Montreal. This conference aims to advance activities to get more healthy, local and sustainable food into the minds and onto the plates of students. Visit our website learn more about to about this first-ever National Food School Conference.
Please note that you can participate to our Harvest Cocktail Dinner without registering for the entire conference. Register now, and feel free to share around you!
So come join us for good food, great discussions and a lot of fun!
- When : Friday November 13th, 17h30
- Where : Locoshop Angus, Montreal
- Cost : $55 before September 14th, $60 regular fee.