On May 26th, join us for a celebration of local food, drink, and entertainment, and support TEA's work to preserve and expand Ontario's Greenbelt.
This unique event will be hosted by Ali Hassan, comedian and host of CBC's Laugh Out Loud. You'll also have a chance to learn about the Greenbelt in an Q & A session with Burkhard Mausberg, the CEO of Friends of the Greenbelt.
Your all-inclusive getaway also includes:
Locally-brewed and fermented drinks
- Enjoy a variety of local brews from Kensington Brewing Company including their Watermelon Wheat ale, August Ale and Fish Eye IPA.
Sip on some Batch 1904 Cider from our friends at Brickworks Ciderhouse.
Taste the difference Greenbelt-grown makes while sipping a glass of wine from Tawse Winery, from one of Ontario’s top vineyards.
Musical performances by acclaimed local musicians Terra Lightfood and Brian MacMillan
Terra Lightfoot, who hails from Hamilton, has received much praise for both her live performance and her music. Terra has played the Greenbelt Harvest Picnic - and will play the festival again this year. She has played with the likes of Daniel Lanois, Gordon Lightfoot, Emmylou Harris, Sloan, and Ron Sexsmith - to name a few.
Terra will also be joined by Toronto's own Brian MacMillan. You can also get a preview of these great musicians here.
Innovative dishes featuring 100% local and organic ingredients
Enjoy stunning and innovative organic, local and seasonal food by Ren Mercer, Executive Chef of VegHed. Ren will be preparing dishes that incorporate Greenbelt-grown ingredients in a unique and interesting way.
Join us for this special evening and help support TEA’s locally-focused work. To learn more about TEA’s work to preserve and expand the Greenbelt, visit our Greenbelt issue page.
Thank you to our event sponsors Kensington Brewing Co., R.E.D. Staffing, Tawse Winery, Brickworks Ciderhouse, and Patagonia.
This event is in a wheelchair accessible venue. Please contact Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org with any other accessibility concerns of requests.
180 Shaw St
Toronto, ON M6J 2W5
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