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Harvest Algoma hosting free dinner that celebrates 'culinary diversity and community spirit'

Scheduled for Dec. 15, Intercultural Community Meal will be evening of food, culture and fellowship
Stacks of fresh produce at the Harvest Algoma Food Resource Centre.

Harvest Algoma is holding a free Intercultural Community Meal, an event that promises to be a celebration of culinary diversity and community spirit.

This all-ages evening invites everyone in the community to come together and enjoy a feast that transcends borders and brings everyone closer. At its heart is a diverse array of dishes from various cultures, showcasing the rich flavours and traditions that exist within the community.

The meal is not just about food; it’s an opportunity for individuals and families from all walks of life to connect, share stories and celebrate the unique cultural heritage that each participant brings to the table.

Event Details

  • Date: Friday, December 15
  • Time: 6PM-8PM
  • Location: Harvest Algoma, 446 Second Line E
  • Admission: Free
  • Suitable for: All ages

Harvest Algoma extends a warm invitation to everyone in the Sault Ste. Marie area to be a part of this special night. Whether you are a long-time resident or new to the community, this event is a wonderful opportunity to meet neighbours, make new friends, and enjoy an evening of food and fellowship.

Our menu for the event includes aloo paratha, roast beef with Yorkshire pudding, momo, shrimp ceviche, and tamales.

Please register in advance for your free ticket. For more information about the Intercultural Community Meal and other Harvest Algoma initiatives, please visit Harvest Algoma on Facebook or contact Lauren Moran at [email protected].

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