Save the Date: Rye’s HomeGrown Harvest Party

Hi Everyone,

Rye’s HomeGrown Community Garden is having its first ever Harvest PARTY on September 15th from 12pm-2pm on Gould Street right across from our garden. The purpose of this event is to celebrate the success of our first year in operations as well as give thanks for all the support that we have been receiving. Samples and refreshments from the produce that we harvested this year will be provided. We are looking forward to seeing everyone there. Please RSVP by September 12th to ryeshomegrown@ryerson.ca. This is so we can ensure that there is enough food to go around.

The agenda for the event is as follows:

Rye’s HomeGrown Harvest Party Agenda
12pm – 12:50pm: Check-in, Mix and Mingle
1pm – 1:15pm: Garden Tour for speakers
1:15pm – 1:45pm: Featured Speeches in Order
                                  -Introductions by Nicholas Potovszky, Master of Architecture Student
                                  – Sheldon Levy, President and Vice-Chancellor, Ryerson University
                                  – Dr. Fiona Yeudall, Director, Centre for Studies in Food Security
                                  – Representative from Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Science
                                  – Adrian Williams, Campus Planning
                                  – Rodney Diverlus, VP Equity, RSU
                                  – Dr. Lauren Baker, Coordinator, Toronto Food Policy Council
                                  – Closing Remarks by Catherine Lung, Rye’s HomeGrown Coordinator

Cheers,

Rye’s HomeGrown Community Garden

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