Annual RIPE harvest celebration showcases the best of local ingredients from farmers and producers paired with some of Vancouver’s finest chefs and restaurants. Chefs Clement Chan of Torafuku, Meeru Dhalwala of Vij’s Rangoli, Ned Bell of Chefs for Oceans, Quang Dang of West Restaurant, Deniz Tarakcioglu of Cafe Medina, Karen McAthy of Blue Heron Creamery, Ryan Reed of Nomad, and Shelome Bouvette of Chicha will be dishing up locally inspired small plates.
RIPE 2016 will feature 8 mouth-watering small plate tasting stations, craft beverages from BC Wine Studio and Persephone Brewing, seasonal cocktails from Gillespie’s Fine Spirits and Salt Spring Coffee, and dessert tastings artfully prepared from fresh, seasonal and sustainably harvested food. For more details – FAQs.
2015-10-10 - 2015-11-01 All dayFrom October 10 to November 1 at the Roundhouse Community Centre Great Hall in Yaletown at 181 Roundhouse Mews (Davie & Pacific), Vancouver. Phone 604-713-1800 Over the past few decades many artists and activists on BC’s coast have been moved by the struggle of wild Pacific salmon to healthfully inhabit the waters in and around our now extensively developed urban environment. With settlement of the last century, the salmon’s old home streams had disappeared and now lay beneath the buildings and blacktop of major cities like Vancouver. The salmon is a powerful metaphor for bringing deeper meaning and understanding of the characteristics of strength and resiliency in their ability to overcome many odds along their journey to the ocean and home again to pay out their lives in birth and death. Our ability to adapt to the rapidly changing climate and water conditions, and respond to the many serious issues of environmental and social injustices that are impacting our land and food system, are intimately linked to the strength and resiliency of wild salmon. In this unique and timely exhibit we will explore the questions: what traditional significance did the iconic salmon have to our First Peoples, then and now? How can the humans who live in the salmon’s ancestral home today make the connections between their urban life and the current health of the ocean? And what important cultural connections can we gain from present-day artist/activist perspectives? They have heard the voice of the spirits of the salmon calling them. What will you hear if you watch and listen…?
2015-10-16 7:00 pm - 2015-10-16 9:00 pmHosted by Village Vancouver and Roundhouse Community Centre the 7th Annual Sustenance Festival Special Event. Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre Exhibition Hall on Friday October 16th 7pm-9pm (doors open at 6:30pm) Cost: Pay-what-you-can A wildly entertaining show featuring a variety of fun and cheeky performances centered on the theme of “Food Justice”. You might be thinking, activism is no laughing matter? You just may eat your words after Yummy! You might even walk away with a deeper understanding of the relationship of food to social justice as it plays out in our communities Our talented Emcee, Tallulah Winkelman, long time food activist & performer, will guide us through an evening full of music, laughter, film, poetry, and more. This is a social event for people of all ages. Snack, chat, and have fun! Don’t miss the interactive artwork, food-related community info tables and a Demonstration Food Friendly Neighbourhood curated by Village Vancouver with displays, information, and maybe even chickens! featuring.... A Pluckin' Good Time with Arnt Artzen - holding things down with old timey trad jazz foodie songs Theda Phoenix - beautiful voice & guitar Lance Lim + Janice Jacinto - Right to Food song Riel Hahn - comedy Emcee - Tallulah Winkelman - food activist & performer Kevin Spenst - poetry Vancouver Neighbourhood Food Network - storytelling, presentation, local film shorts Friday, October 16 *World Food Day* 7pm-9pm (doors @ 6:30pm - A Pluckin' Good Time with Arnt Artzen playing as people arrive!) pay-what-you-can Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre Part of the Sustenance Festival http://sustenancefestival.ca/ Check out www.sustenancefestival.ca for an updated performance list. Community food displays, information and chickens! Registration: Not required Info Ross Moster at email@example.com or on the Village Vancouver website.
2015-10-18 4:00 pm - 2015-10-18 8:00 pmRoundhouse Community Centre at 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver on Sun Oct 18, 4-8pm. The annual RIPE Dinner is a true celebration of the harvest – a showcase of local ingredients from our farms and producers paired with some of Vancouver’s top chefs and restaurants, including Chef Andrea Carlson of Burdock & Co, Chef Chris Whittaker of Forage, Chef Meeru Dhalwala of Vij’s Rangoli, Chef Ned Bell of Yew seafood + bar, and Chef Quang Dang of West Restaurant.RIPE 2015 will feature 11 unique culinary creation stations, craft beverages and dessert tastings artfully prepared from fresh, seasonal and sustainably harvested food.RIPE: 6th Annual Dinner Celebration of Vancouver Farmers Markets Sun Oct 18, 4-8pm
2015-10-25 2:30 pm - 2015-10-25 5:30 pmSalmon Convergence AT THE ROUNDHOUSE 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver (Davie St & Pacific Boulevard) on SUNDAY 2015.10.25 from 2:30 - 5:30 PM “The Salmon Will Hear Our Songs” WILD SALMON CONVERGENCE The voices of the spirits of the salmon are calling. What will you feel if you watch and listen…?" Roundhouse Community Centre, Room B Sun Oct 25, 3:30-5:30pm Ancient Ritual, Ceremony and Songs, Children's Face-Painting and Art-Making, Wild Salmon Caravan Video SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES 2:30 PM At the foot of Davie Street by the ocean Observing Coast Salish Cultural and Spiritual Protocol Official welcoming to Coast Salish Territory – Cease Wyss Salmon and cedar ceremony (at the ocean) Coast Salish Drumming and singing 3:30 PM At the Roundhouse Community Centre - Room B Introductions and purpose of the event Ceremonial food provided Wild Salmon Convergence & Upstream Art Exhibit Wild Salmon Caravan – The Salmon will Hear our Songs Film and slide shows 4:00 PM Storytelling and Clown Show Nadine Pluzak, Vancouver Storytelling Society Woody Morrison, Haida 4:30 PM Open Space & Networking Music by Holly Arntzen – 40 Million Salmon Can’t be Wrong Facepaintiing with artist Diego Emilio Networking Viewing Upstream Art Exhibit 5:15 PM Mardi Gras style parade around the Roundhouse Wear your regalia or dress up in creative costumes to express your love for wild salmon! 5:30 PM Closing Remarks