Flock to the Windup Bird where storytellers Diana Tso and Rubena Singha welcome Duke Redbird as he weaves folklore from his Saugeen ancestry into a discussion of the modern local food movement.
A poet, scholar, storyteller, inspirational speaker and television personality, Duke is a member of the Saugeen First Nation. He is the author of a collection of poetry and has been published in numerous anthologies including textbooks in Canada and the United States. In addition to holding a master’s degree, Redbird is a Fellow of McLaughlin College at York University and has served as Senior Associate of the York Centre for Applied Sustainability.
Join us for an evening of storytelling, poetry, and a discussion on what local food truly means, as we cook up a 3-course dinner using Ontario's native plants and game.
The finer print:
Wednesday, July 23rd at 6pm
Windup Bird Cafe, 382 College Street, Toronto.
Storytelling & 3-course dinner created by acclaimed Chef Yumiko Kobayashi$40* adult / $20 kids under 12
*Plus Gratuity. This is a prepaid event
CALL WINDUP BIRD CAFE 647-349-6373