For some, a whole fish on the table signals a feast, while for others, a fish head is uncomfortable company. Why? Does it matter? Join us for a lively intercultural
For some, a whole fish on the table signals a feast, while for others, a fish head is uncomfortable company. Why? Does it matter? Join us for a lively intercultural conversation as we disrupt and discuss ideas on food, commodification, and “waste.”
Free to attend.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Mobility Access: The Roundhouse is wheelchair and scooter accessible, including washrooms, ramps and elevators, and wide entrances and exits. The entrances are at street level, with ramps, and while there are elevators in the building our event remains on the ground floor.
Parking: There is no designated wheelchair accessible parking, only street parking around the neighbourhood, and 2 parkades nearby.
Transit: Plan your trip. Address: Roundhouse Community Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews Vancouver
Bathrooms: There are a mix of single stalled and multi-stalled bathrooms, and a mix of gender neutral and trans-inclusive, each with clear signage. All washrooms are accessible for wheelchairs and scooters.