Ingredients, a Film on Local Food (and we’ve got free tickets!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFcCbiUHlyw

presented by The Projecting Change Breakfast Series

Projecting Change presents Ingredients – an enlivening documentary about the perilous state of our food system and the chefs and activists that are leading the movement to put good food back on the table. Followed by a discussion on local food moderated by Edible Vancouver’s Philip Solman. Tickets include breakfast, Fair Trade coffee, movie and discussion. Bring your reusable coffee cup for a chance to win great prizes!

WHEN: November 27, 9am breakfast. 10am movie + discussion
WHERE: Fifth Avenue Cinemas (2110 Burrard Street, Vancouver)
TICKETS: $15

For more info and to purchase tickets, visit: www.projectingchange.ca/

We have a pair of tickets to give away for this event. To be eligible just post a comment below saying you’d like them. We’ll pick a random winner tomorrow afternoon and notify them by email.

NOV 24 UPDATE: Congratulations Lily! Your name was randomly drawn. Check your email.
About Projecting Change
Projecting Change is an innovative organization that focuses on promoting Green and Sustainable Living through the use of entertaining & educational Film. Through the strategic use of engaging films and inspiring speakers we aim to increase awareness and promote change within our local community. Through these efforts all profits are invested back into local initiatives.

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36 Responses to Ingredients, a Film on Local Food (and we’ve got free tickets!)

  1. amyje

    I want to win these tickets! This is right up my alley!! And I love the Burrard Theatre!!! What day is it though? It just says 9am?!!

  2. TaVonanda Rogers

    I would love the tickets.

  3. Marina

    I’d love tickets to this event!

  4. Sorry, I neglected to include the date. It’s November 27 (article is now updated)

  5. Stephen Bonner

    Sounds like an interesting breakfast! I’d be interested in going. Thanks

  6. Lily Chang

    Hello! I would like to win these amazing tickets!

  7. Leah

    I want to win these tickets!!

  8. Chris

    Would love to see this! It says Saturday Nov 27th

  9. Jody DeMill

    Would love to see this. Count me in! :)

  10. onewetfoot

    I’d love the tickets!

  11. Aina

    would love some tickets =)

  12. Tracey Flattes

    Sounds interesting…I would like to attend this!

  13. Tracy

    Breakfast is my fav meal of the day!
    I would be ecstatic to get my hands on sum free tix!
    I’m sitting here with my reusable coffee cup..waiting in anticipation. lol

  14. Pick me, pick me!

  15. Jen

    I love these tickets!

  16. I would love to have these tickets!

  17. Elizabeth Peddie

    I would love these tickets! This event sounds awesome!

  18. Jasmine

    I’d like them.

  19. Michael

    I’d like these tickets

  20. Will blog for tickets!! :) Would love to go!

  21. maggz

    id likie them :)

  22. Eva

    Sounds so interesting, I would love these passes!

  23. Elisabetta

    Yummy!

  24. A.J.

    I’d like the tickets please!

  25. Cori

    Envisioning myself at the screening. :)

  26. mike scurfield

    I would love to see this movie. If I get free tickets even better :)

  27. cheryl

    I would love these tickets

  28. I’d love to win these tickets – We’re a up-comping food review website and this would be perfect to get us on the right track.

  29. Samantha

    I would love these tickets please!

  30. Carrie geng

    Thank you for posting! I would love the tickets!

  31. What a great opportunity — a film about food. What could better for a lover of local eating. :)

  32. Mark

    local all the way

  33. bestrestaurantsvancouver.ca

    Wow this event looks very informative. I’m getting tickets asap. Thanks for the heads up article.

    I’ve been using http://bestrestaurantsvancouver.ca before I eat out lately and I wonder if local restaurants have been picking up on this local food trend.. I hope so!

  34. Chub

    Tickets please :) love to find out about local food!

  35. Yumi

    I’ve been trying to stay local as much as possible. : ) I’m excited to see more movies re: eating local and the impact of globalized food.

  36. Eka Yulianti

    I would to see this movie and win some tickets :).