Meet The Makers: Whole Food, Whole Living- July 12th 7-9:30pm

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Meet The Makers: Whole Food, Whole Living- July 12th 7-9:30pm

25.00

Come enjoy an intimate evening with inspiring women who are forging their own path in the area of whole foods and lifestyle. 

Nourishing our minds and spirits comes with nourishing our bodies with whole food.

Come be inspired to find your own Whole Living Path and nourish your body and soul through the words and presence of these wonderful ladies. 

This intimate evening will include whole food snacks  from Foundation Super Food and drink at the lovely Fan Tan Alley space.

July 12th from 7-9:30 pm

 

Julie Cove of Alkaline Sister ( www.alkalinesister.com) will share her story from debilitating back pain to holistic nutritionist to author of Eat Better, Live Better, Feel Better.

Hearing Julie's personal story of overcoming health challenges and adopting an alkaline lifestyle will inspire you to balance your body and revitalize your life.

 

Toni Desrosiers will also be sharing her story of building Abeego. What started as a small idea to reduce consumption of plastic has grown into a company that  was just honoured as Top 10 2016 Best Company for Small Business. Toni used her background in holistic nutrition to research the history of food preservation and she found her answer in beeswax.  Abeego is the original all natural beeswax Toni is a wonderful force of nature that believes in the healing properties of food and nature. In her talk she will be sharing about how to recognize one's personal strengths to propel one's dream forward. 

We will also be having the wonderful Me-Kon Hayes who is executive director of Binkadi and Flourish Urban Gardens. This incredible woman started her organization after she saw a need for at risk youth. She runs numerous homes to house street entrenched youth. What is unique is that she has gardens all around the houses where the youth who are recovering from trauma and mental health challenges can work. They teach about the healing properties of plants and then sell the baskets and plants. 

 

This evening is all about community, connection and collaboration! 

 

 

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