Hosted by Nithiya Laila and Huiying Ng
Event facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1157591237641459/
We have all heard about Global Warming. It’s real.
But what exactly can we do about it in our day to day?
Come spend an evening at Nong@Hort Park with us as we connect the dots between Food, Edible Gardening, Sustainabilty and Climate Change.
Can cooking more, growing some of your own herbs and greens really help to save the environment? Hear stories, tips and workshops from people who think so and join us on the journey to become less of a consumer and more of a producer.
POTLUCK 4pm to 6pm
Make and share a dish you love. Bring down a lovingly prepared dish to the potluck. If you grow edibles, do bring them down to exchange and giveaway to other guests. Share what you are bringing by posting on the wall or drop us a message.
We are trying to keep our carbon footprint as low as possible, so to help us in this effort, we strongly encourage you to bring your own cutlery, napkins and cups to try and taste the dishes. There will be limited access to washing facilities, so do also bring a bag to bring them back in.
On the off chance that you are unable to, there will be 100% compostable tableware available at a contribution of $2.
Interactive Activites (30mins each)
Huiying Ng (3.30pm – 4pm)
Thinking Edibly and Foodscape Collective
As long as sunlight is free, we grow: S’pore farms past, present, future
Sharing of Thinking Edibly findings + Gardeners Harvest Exchange and Seed Swap
By Nithiya / Brunch Bandits (4pm – 4.30pm)
Cooking with Memory – drawing inspiration from the past to craft the future.
Consious consumption and active production – Community Achar Making
Geok Kuan (5.30pm – 6pm)
Food sustainability: from home for home
Cactus infused drink demo and tasting
Suzanne Chew (6pm – 6.30pm)
Cartoons & Climate Change
How to Doodle through your Environmental Anxiety
Thinking Edibly with Foodscape Collective and LepakinSg (6.30pm onwards)
Fill in our calendars with upcoming green activities and brainstorm potential events
Homebrew Bar (6.30pm onwards)
Sell, Share or Barter your homemade brews – Kefir, Kombucha, Beer, Shrubs etc.
Gather, Exchange, Connect and Share over fresh produce, tasty food and drinks.
There is a recommended donation of $5 encouraged of all participants to cover material costs for the sessions. Thank you.