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Stars at the New Farm
Saturday, 7 July 2012 from 5:30 PM to 11:30 PM (PDT)
Gates Open 5:30 PM
Grand Canyon 6 PMish
Stars 8:30 PM
Admission: $45 plus eventbrite ticketing fees
Food and drink sold separately - cash sales!
A limited number of tickets will be available at the gate. First come first serve starting at 5:30pm - no earlier!!!!
For more info Call 705-888-5139
Please join us for an evening of music by the renowned Montreal Band Stars and amazing local, organic food prepared by a number of Ontario's top chefs and restaurants including:
Caesar Guinto of Creemore Kitchen
Matt Flett of Georgian College
Lora Kirk of Ruby Watchco and Ruby Eats
Simon Silander of Brick Street Bakery
Rodney Bowers of Hey Meatball
Aaron Bear Robe of Keriwa Cafe
Giacomo Pasquini of Vertical Restaurant
Chris Brown of The Stop Community Food Centre
Kristin and Dan Donovan of Hooked
Luis Valenzuela of Torito Tapas Bar
Carl Heinrich and Ryan Donovan
Mapleton's Organic Ice Cream
Organic, Fair Trade, freshly roasted coffee byMerchants of Green
Apple Cider by Avalon Orchards
Dairy by Organic Meadow
Beer by Creemore Springs Brewery
Martini Bar by TAG Vodka
Wine by Inniskillin
Tasting tickets and drink tickets will be sold at the door for $4 each.
100 per cent of the proceeds go to Grow for The Stop to provide local organic vegetables to people in need through The Stop Community Food Center with some donations going to the Collingwood and Stayner Foodbanks.
The event will be held at The New Farm, an organic heirloom vegetable farm located on the crest of the escarpment in Creemore, Ontario in support of Grow for The Stop. The New Farm formed a partnership with The Stop Community Food Centre in Toronto, a wonderfully innovative and inspirational organization that works to increase access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds community and challenges inequality.
This event is made possible in part through the generosity of ING Direct, Bernardin and Creemore Springs Brewery.