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Arundel's 100-Mile Harvest Supper

arundel100mile.jpgThe fall supper: It's a tradition that predates Thanksgiving in many rural Canadian communities.
   A reason to come together in the waning days of summer, to celebrate the harvest.

   In the Laurentian village of Arundel, they are resurrecting that tradition, with a twist. Villagers are getting ready for their second annual 100-Mile Harvest Supper -- a mix of autumn feast and fair, community celebration and consciousness-raising as well!
   

    Everything served at this community feast on Sunday, September 4th, 2011 can be bought or made with foods from within a 100-mile radius of Arundel. Some of the local producers will have booths there as well. And celebrity chef Vladimir Jean Baptiste will demonstrate his talents (see photo from last year's feast!)

  Tickets are $15.00. To reserve them, call one of the organizers of this year's 100-Mile supper, Elizabeth Hutchinson at 819-687-8219.

 Listen to All in a Weekend's guest host Loreen Pindera in conversation with Elizabeth Hutchinson.

 

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