CHEP Good Food is a local food security non-profit, focusing on affordability and accessibility of fresh food. During COVID-19, we are offering a grocery delivery service called Good Food Delivery; a poster is attached. This program is open to everyone, and anyone can order, but our main focus is families and community members who are vulnerable, low income, or cannot leave their homes.
WE ARE WATER: Bike the Moveable Feast
Join us on Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 5pm for an evening of fun!
Enjoy a slow bicycle roll along the MVA as we discover the many hidden treasures of “We Are Water”. Delicious food served in unusual locations provided by Chef Jenni catering.
Meet at 5pm sharp at River Landing under the Traffic bridge.
Rain or shine. Gluten free/ vegetarian options. Bring your own utensils. Tickets $50 each.
Invite your friends!
HELP MAKE OUR LITTLE PARK A BIG SUCCESS.
AND EAT SOME HOT DOGS.
Come and join in on the Big Plans for a Little Park in the Albert Recreation Unit park at Clarence & 13th Street on Saturday, June 18, 2016 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Learn about the project, discover volunteer opportunities, play in the park, visit with your community neighbours and enjoy a hot dog and drink.
A multicultural music festival
Saturday, May 28, 2016
Doors open: 7:00 pm
Show starts: 7:30 pm
Cosmopolitan Seniors Centre
614 – 11th Street East, Saskatoon
Multicultural music, Ethnic food, Cash bar
Saskatoon Open Door Community Connections
8th Annual Soup & Silent Auction
Featuring soups from local restaurants and silent auction items from local businesses
Saturday April 30, 4pm – 7pm
St. Thomas Wesley United Church (808 20th Street East)
Five dollars buys all the soup you can eat!
This is our biggest fundraiser of the year. The money you spend goes right back into the community!
The 11th Annual City Wide Food Drive in support of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre is just around the corner!
The Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre has been seeing a drastic increase of people accessing our Food Hamper program. Serving more than 20,000 people in recent months, we are in a great need of food to help fill the shelves.
On May 7th follow these easy steps to help contribute to the health of our community:
1. Watch your mailbox for your donation bag in late April coming with your subscription to the Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
2. Fill the bag with healthy non-perishable food donations. (Don’t get the StarPhoenix? Just pack a regular bag with non-perishable food and clearly label it for volunteers.)
3. Set your bag on your front doorstep by 10am on Saturday May 7th.
4. A large team of volunteers will set out into the Saskatoon neighbourhoods to collect from your doorstep between 10 am and 2 pm.
5. If you live in a condo/ apartment, or your bag is accidentally missed, please bring your donations to your nearest grocery store’s Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre collection bin.
Sunday March 20, 2016
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saskatoon Farmers Market
– Eco exhibitors
– Heritage seed sale and swap
– Gardening and seed saving tips
– Face painting
Join us on Tuesday, November 10th at 7:00 pm to experience a creative menu complimented with wines & liqueurs to support the upcoming park development on Clarence & 13th Street. Five pairings of fine food and tasty wines and liqueurs for $100 per person, at the Saskatoon Farmers Market.
Nutana is excited to have the opportunity to work with Chef Adam Patrick. The menu he has created for this event is going to be delicious! Tickets are available at: https://www.picatic.com/bigplanslittlepark
The Albert Recreational Unit has been a little park used by Nutana and Varsity View residents for over 70 years. While the park has served us well, it is beginning to show its age. We want to update the park and playground equipment to serve our neighbourhoods for generations to come. While the overall cost won’t be known until the a final design is approved, the City of Saskatoon, Nutana, and Varsity View Community Associations have all promised to support the project.
We may have big plans for our little park, but we believe that the neighbourhood deserves and will support a great little park like this!
– A Covenant For All Generations –
61st Annual Silver Plate Dinner
Thursday, November 12, 2015
5:30 Doors Open
7:00 Dinner and Program
Master of Ceremonies: Michael Shaw
Ticket Price: $225
Cheques to: B’nai Brith
Saskatoon B’nai Brith Lodge 739 is committed to providing you with an evening of fine food and fellowship. We look forward to the presentation of the prestigious “Proud of You Award” to a citizen who has provided exemplary volunteer service to our community.
Guests always look forward to our Reverse Draw:
First Out : $1 000
Every 25th Out : $225
10th to 4th Last Out : $450
3rd Last: $1250
2nd Last: $2500
Last Out : $5000
Our premium scotch bar, Silent Auction, and Live Auction will continue to be second to none (should you wish to support the B’nai Brith and gain some great exposure by providing items for either auction, please contact Ron Gitlin, 667-6202). Thanks to our guests, The B’nai Brith will be providing substantial financial support to several extremely worthy charities.
We look forward to sharing a memorable and, for many of you, a most rewarding evening.
Regards, David Katzman
Dinner Chair and President, BB Lodge 739
Tickets: $225 If you have not been personally contacted by Oct. 1, please phone:
Steven Goluboff 306-241-2141
Ron Gitlin 306-667-6202
Arnie Shaw 306-665-5380 x381
David Katzman 306-955-3563
Supper and Silent Auction in support of Station 20 West – catered by Touch of Ukraine
Location: Bethlehem High School, 110 Bowlt Crescent, Saskatoon
WHEN: Saturday, May 2, 2015
5:00 pm Reception & Cash Bar
6:00 pm Supper
Entertainment to Follow
TICKETS: $25 adults, $15 children
or phone: 306-343-9378
Also available at: McNally Robinson Booksellers
Out of Your Tree in Saskatoon is an urban fruit sharing co-op.
GOAL: Keep edible produce from going to waste through cooperative harvesting before food ends up on the ground, in the compost or in the garbage
IDEA: Simple, a group of volunteers harvest the fruit. 1/3 is left with the home owner, 1/3 is donated and 1/3 is kept by the volunteers
ACTION: We need volunteers and we need produce. If you are interested in joining our harvesting team or if you have fruit bearing trees or other produce to share (rhubarb, apples, berries, vegetables, etc.) please register with us. Talk it up! The best way to get others involved is to ask them!
REWARDS: A great FLEXIBLE volunteer opportunity; get the kids involved. When a harvest opportunity comes in, we will contact the list of volunteers to see who is available. AND you get to take home fresh, locally grown produce. Excellent for the homeowner who gets their fruit harvested, contributes to the community and has less clean-up come fall.
Volunteers and tree owners can register online at http://outofyourtree.org and find us on Facebook.