Harvest Wednesdays: Local Food Fest

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Gladstone Hotel says
For the past 13 years, the Gladstone has been on a mission to redefine what sustainability can look like in a hotel, starting with our valued partnerships in our kitchen. Leading the fight: Our executive chef Joshna Maharaj. Our army: local producers.

Join us on April 19 for our Harvest Wednesdays Local Food Fest in the Ballroom where we’ve invited some of our favourite Ontario producers to share their incredible cheeses, meats, fish, ancient grains, local beer, wine and more with you–along with delicious appetizers from our amazing chef. You can get your tickets in eventbrite.

Join us for a our second Harvest Wednesdays event of the season–a local food fest in the Ballroom featuring delicious bites from Chef Joshna alongside farmers, producers and artisans from across Ontario. Break bread with them, learn more about where your food comes from, and most important–how good it tastes!

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Your ticket includes:
- Samples from a dozen producers including sustainable fishmongers, butchers, cheesemakers, local craft brewers, Beamsville winemakers and more!
- Live music from local folk musician Graham Nicholas
- Inspiring speeches
- If you get the $25 ticket option, it includes admission to the opening night of Gladstone Grow Op 2017–our annual landscape design exhibition.

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MEET YOUR LOCAL PRODUCERS:

Alchemy Pickle Company
100km Foods Inc.
Bespoke Butchers
Hooked
Monforte Dairy
Lost Craft
One Hop Kitchen - Canada
Gladstone Cocktail Station w/ Collingwood Whisky
Local Delights from the Gladstone's Chef Joshna Maharaj
EvelynsCrackersPage
RISE Kombucha
Malivoire Wine

Tickets are available on Eventbrite

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About Harvest Wednesdays

Harvest Wednesdays was launched by Christina Zeidler in 2006 as an opportunity to connect urbanites with rural producers and begin a dialogue that helped shape the community around Toronto’s artisan food scene. The concept was simple: the Gladstone would buy “shares” in a Community Shared Agriculture, and let each week’s bounty shape the offerings of a harvest table dinner, imagine a local food version of “Chopped”. This direct support of farmer Sherry Patterson of Chick-a-Biddy Acres CSA was the beginning of a beautiful dialogue. www.gladstonehotel.com/harvestwednesdays
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By: Gladstone Hotel