Accessible Widget

June 3, 2015

Less than 48 hours away to 'Eat, Cook, Grow!" Friday June 5th

We are less than 48 hours away and we would like to share our "Eat, Cook, Grow!" Program with you! The event will be held in Dover at an old tennis court renamed "Twin Views Communal Garden" located at 2951, 26 Avenue SE. Visit this map link if you need more instructions.

To download the program, please visit this link 

Eat, Cook, Grow! is a a family friendly celebration of food we love to eat, cook and grow! We are celebrating our right to access healthy food! #eatcookgrow

Wear your best garden hat for our contest


Planter Ground Breaking                11 am to 11:15

Scavenger hunt and clean team      11:15 to 11:30

Gardening workshops                    11:15 to 11:45

Pavement painting party                11:15 to 1:30

Ku-Fu demonstration                     11:45 to 12 pm

Snacks and Potluck                        12 to 12:30 pm

More workshops                            12:30 to 1 pm

We are excited to paint the pavement with this mandala design
created by artists, Susan and Jody.

We would like to thank the following community partners who are helping us create an exciting community event! Members of the Disability Action Hall give special thanks to the following foodies, presenters and friends:

Alternate Root, Carla Bitz
The Alex Youth Centre, Reneé MacKillop
Amanda Woods & Kathleen Biersdorff
Calgary Eats
Calgary Regional Partnerships, Jessica Letizia & Quincy Brown
Calgary SCOPE Society and Outreach Team Painters
Calgary Sexual Health Centre
Canadian Wing Chun Kung Fu Association/Academy
CP Association of Alberta & Calgary Ability Network
Crop, Dani Smythe
Darrell Howard & Vibrant Communities Calgary
Ethno Cultural Council of Calgary
Illichmann’s Sausage Shop
Inglewood Community Garden, Julia Hinman
Mary Salvani
Tammy Poirier
Salma Mohiuddin, City of Calgary Community Social Development
Soiled Gardens, Pascia Birch & Adam Weaver
Susan Gwynn and Poverty Talks
Twin Views Communal Gardeners & Greeters
Vantage Enterprises Mandela Artists Jody, Suan & Amber Currell

Thank you to all the volunteers, project planners, food suppliers and growers, gardeners and teachers who made ‘Eat, Cook, Grow!’ possible!

For more information, please contact Colleen at 403.717.7630 or email us at 

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