Get Lost In The Flavours Of Farm Fresh Ingredients As The Sharing Farm Society and the Richmond Schoolyard Society Bring Together The Savoury Delight Of Home Grown Garlic With The Excitement Of Live Competition!
Richmond B.C.- Sunday, August 23, 2015, from 10am-4pm at Richmond’s Award Winning Terra Nova Park, the largest Garlic Festival in Metro Vancouver has joined with the Chefs to the Field event.
If you haven’t had a chance to attend in the past, The 7th Annual Garlic Festival is an, all-ages event to promote community, local organic farming, healthy eating, food sustainability, delicious food, and fun. Pairing with the Chefs To The Field event, this year’s festival is sure to attract a crowd, in the thousands, for a truly “farm-to-plate” experience.
We can’t give it all away just yet, but here are a few of the new additions we’re excited about:
- Culinary delicacies from popular Metro Vancouver restaurants and culinary academies. Each will serve 500 donated tasty. Early Bird VIP tickets will be going on sale soon. To be first to hear about VIP tickets, follow us @metrovangarlicfest
- Kid and family friendly cooking demonstrations where we welcome help from small hands
- A “Chefs to the Field” live cooking competition complete with a mad dash into the fields to harvest their own ingredients!
- An expanded Garlic Market: Added vendors and more Garlic Varieties;
When is it you ask?
7th Annual Garlic Festival – Chefs to the Field
August 23, 2014
10a.m. – 4p.m.
Terra Nova Rural Park
2631 Westminster Highway
For more information please visit: @metrovangarlicfest
*All funds raised at the 7th Annual Garlic Festival Meets Chefs to the Fields will support The Sharing Farm Society and the Richmond Schoolyard Society:
For 7 years, The Sharing Farm Society’s signature annual fundraiser, The Garlic Festival, has supported our food-dignity mandate to grow fresh local organic produce for low-income families. We grow food, we grow farmers, we grow community.
The Richmond Schoolyard Society, skilled host of Chefs to the Field for 4 years, brings children into the “outdoor classroom” to learn, grow and connect with their community. Children, through hands-on learning, learn where their food comes from, appreciate seasonality, and gain an increased awareness of their natural environment and the community around them. ”
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