New program for children to learn how to cook! Cook, take home recipes, enjoy! Call the CW Food Bank for more details! 519-787-1401.
Great news: new funding for the Community Garden Network! Earlier this year, we have been successful in receiving funding from the Ontario Association of Food Banks’ Feeding Fresh! Sysco Community Garden Program for 2017! The proposal was based on the… Read more ›
As a Good Food Organization, the Centre Wellington Social Justice Group is committed to the following principles: We take action from the individual to the systemic level We believe and investing in the power of good food We create an… Read more ›
Everyone welcome! 6:00 p.m.sharp, third Friday of every month. Hosted in the Butterfly Room, St. James Church, in partnership with the Centre Wellington Food Bank. 2015: Dec 18 2016: Jan 15, Feb 19, Mar 18, Apr 15, May 20, June… Read more ›
BRING A FRIEND, MAKE A FRIEND Free Lunch! Wednesdays Doors open 11.30-2.00 Lunch served at 12 noon Butterfly Hall 171 Queen St E, Fergus (behind the old Fergus pool) for more info, call Cathy 519-835-0832 For transportation, call before Monday… Read more ›
@ Bungalow 55 in Elora, Fridays at noon – with Soup Maker, Peter Skoggard
The Centre Wellington Community Garden Network celebrated the end of the gardening season with a mealtime gathering at Bungalow 55, in Elora, on November 29, 2016. The meal was a feast of vegetables, pulses and stews prepared with great care… Read more ›
On Wed, Oct 5, 2016, The Local Founding Director Steve Stacey talked about The Local Community Food Centre in Stratford, Ontario. This second-wave community food centre’s experience inspired a group of enthusiastic folks from Centre Wellington about the future here.
The Centre Wellington Social Justice Group has a food & social connectivity strategy to reduce food insecurity and increase social cohesion in our community. The purpose of this strategy is increase the number of Centre Wellington residents who have physical… Read more ›
The community garden is really thriving at Bungalow 55. Some of the harvest has already been enjoyed – check out Bungalow 55’s facebook page for more pictures and news.