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DIYalogue Talks Food Featuring Edmonton's NextGen On the Wooftop at the Black Dog Freehouse
· Jul · 4 Wed 6:15 pm at Black Dog Freehouse
10425 Whyte Ave Edmonton, AB T6E 2A1
Phone: 780 439-1082

Tickets: $10.00 in advance.
($1.99 e-ticket fee)

NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLINE

This event is Edmonton Attractions Pass eligible.

DIYalogue Talks Food feat. Edmonton's NextGen at Black Dog Freehouse (Edmonton)  on July 4, 2012
Edmonton's NextGen

Edmonton's NextGen

Edmonton, AB
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Edmonton's NextGen is a group of young, passionate, community-minded individuals who are taking the future into our own hands by creating a city that attracts and gives voice to the Next Generation of Edmontonians. Read more

18+ No Minors // General Admission // Doors open to event at 6:15 pm // Mentoring starts at 6:30 pm

 


Ever wonder...
What it's like to run a food truck?
Forage for wild mushrooms and local fruits?
Write about Edmonton's culinary hot spots?

Let's talk. | DIYalogue Talks Food

After two successful pilot events in 2011, Edmonton's NextGen presents DIYalogue Talks Food, a cultural mix-and-mingle in the style of NextGen's popular Candi{date} series, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM on Wednesday, July 4, 2012 at the Wooftop of the Blackdog Freehouse, 10425 Whyte Avenue.

Looking for a collaborative space to chew the fat with Edmonton's local food luminaries? DIYalogue Talks Food connects Edmonton's established culinary entrepreneurs with local foodies, aspiring chefs, and backyard gardeners in 15-minute small group mini-dates.

Confirmed speed mentors include:

  • Mary Bailey, The Tomato - http://thetomato.ca/
  • Nate Box, Elm Cafe – http://www.elmcafe.ca
  • Mack Male, What the Truck?! – http://www.whatthetruck.ca/
  • Amy Beaith, Operation Fruit Rescue – http://operationfruitrescue.org/
  • Sharon Yeo, Only Here for the Food – http://www.onlyhereforthefood.ca/
  • Kirsta Franke, - http://124grandmarket.com

And many more!

DIYalogue Talks Foodwill also feature a custom sampling menu catered by Filistix. Tickets are $10 plus service fee, and available through YEGlive.ca

DIYalogue convenes communities of interest and explores the potential for individual success in the creative industries through unique partnerships and community support.