Farm and Film Gala

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Date(s) - April 10
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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The 12th Annual Farm and Film Gala is co-presented by Sooke Region Food CHI and Awareness Film Night at Edward Milne Community School, 6218 Sooke Road.

6:30-7:45: in the theatre foyer vendors of all things from and for the farm and garden, community info tables. Tea, coffee & goodies made by the EMCS Culinary Arts students (by donation).
7:45-9:00: Film and gift baskets. “After Winter, Spring”, is a film about a small rural community in the Perigord region of southwestern France, cultivated for over 6000 years, caught between their traditional ways of farming and an uncertain future.
By donation. Remember to bring some extra cash for purchasing items from the vendors.
Info: awarenessfilmnight.ca

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