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Posted by: Kaylin Pearce on August 13, 2010 at 2:47 pm

 

For our Home Grown exhibit we’re building a shelf to hold dozens of jars of preserves. Think of it; glass vessels full of your raspberry jam, spicy green beans, dilly pickles all lit up. If you’re into canning and food preservation or know someone who is, this is an opportunity to have your work on display at the Museum of Vancouver as a part of a visual feast (opening August 26th) of local food production.

Jars should be labeled with the contents, where the food was grown, your name, and the date of canning.

You can drop off your donations (maximum size 11” or 28 cm high) at our front desk with attention to Joan Seidl (jseidl@museumofvancouver.ca)

Image credit: photogramma1, via flickr.

Posted by: Kaylin Pearce on August 10, 2010 at 3:42 pm

 

We’ve counted and re-counted and the results are finally here.

More than half our voters last week chose to see Ang Lee’s Eat Drink Man Woman .

Thanks to Potluck Cafe and Catering and Horizon Distributors, we will be presenting a free evening of big screen entertainment and a great way to spend a summer evening in Vancouver. So, on August 23rd, join us in the park as we gear up for the launch of our new exhibit withFarmFolkCityFolk.

Stay tuned for more details!

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