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Event Details

Harvest Gala

Time: October 30, 2014 from 7pm to 11:30pm
Location: Bingemans Conference Centre
Street: 425 Bingemans Centre Drive
City/Town: Kitchener
Website or Map: http://www.farmcarefoundation…
Phone: (519) 837-1326
Event Type: fundraiser, gala, celebration
Organized By: Farm & Food Care Foundation
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2014

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Event Description

Taste of Ontario foods that melts in your mouth - like you haven’t tasted before. Over 300 of the most amazing people who farm and work in agriculture - dressed up like you haven’t seen before. A truly fun celebration.


Come. Show your pride and help celebrate the amazing food we have in this province and the people who make it happen.


Round up some people who should be there. Buy some tickets or a few tables of 8 and bring your favorite farmers, fun colleagues, great customers and deserving volunteers for a memorable night.

 

Why? In addition to the great food and people you’ll meet at the event, you can help the Farm & Food Foundation raise funds for a cause we all believe in – building public trust in Canadian food and farming. This year’s Harvest Gala theme is Roaring 20’s so dig out your pearls, fascinators, fedoras and vests to join in the celebration.

 

Tickets $150 (includes a charitable tax receipt for $50)

Table $1200 (includes sponsorship recognition)

Find out more and reserve your tickets at www.farmcarefoundation.ca before they’re gone.

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