Brunch at The Farm: A Fundraiser in support of Black Creek Community Farm

Brunch at The Farm: A Fundraiser in support of Black Creek Community Farm

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Black Creek Community Farm

4929 Jane St

Toronto, ON M3N 2K8

Canada

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Join us under the pavilion for an intimate taste of nomadic East African cuisine with Chef Bashir Munye.

About this event

On Saturday, September 17 and Sunday, September 18, 2022 our Brunch at the Farm will bring everyone together in an intimate setting as we partake in East African cuisine prepared by Chef Bashir Munye using locally grown produce along with a great lineup of live music. This will be a one-of-a-kind fundraiser for Black Creek Community Farm, and we would love to count on your support.

Tickets include all food, beverages, and entertainment. Chef Bashir will be preparing fabulous sharing plates using BCCF's very own fresh, organic vegetables. Vegan options will be available, as well as plenty of choice for omnivores.

Please email events@blackcreekfarm.ca if you have any dietary restrictions we should be aware of.

Proceeds help us provide fresh, affordable produce and high quality programming to our community.

Looking to get involved or learn more about the event?

Please email events@blackcreekfarm.ca for information on becoming a food or beverage partner, or to discuss sponsorship opportunities.

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About Chef Bashir Munye:

“I was born in Mogadishu, Somalia and lived in Italy for 14 years. I travelled across the States for a couple of years, and then I moved to Toronto, where I have been for about 26 years. I fell in love with cooking, worked in a couple of restaurants and then I went back to school to George Brown College and took their culinary management program. I owned a dumpling shop; I’ve worked in a lot of restaurants, done consulting and then for the past four, almost five years I teach at George Brown College as a culinary professor.”

Accessibility Information:

The paths of our farm site are made from wood chips and are currently not well-suited for mobility devices.

Parking Information:

No parking is available on site.

Nearby places:

Pioneer Village Station (10min walk to farm or short bus ride - Free parking on weekends)

Pioneer Village (10-15min walk to farm - Paid parking)

Jane and Finch Mall (20-25 min walk to farm or short bus ride)

Yorkgate Mall (20-25min walk to farm or short bus ride)

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