Newton BIA | As seen in the Surrey Now-Leader, February 26, 2020By Marla PoirierImagine a community where seniors and youth partner together, cooking, laughing, and learning from each other. Where women and children feel safe and form community connections. Community gardens flourish, and local farmers have the help…
It’s Cold Out There! SOURCES is hosting the 7th Annual Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) in White Rock on Saturday, February 22, 2020. This event is a fun, family-friendly winter walk that happens in 136 communities across Canada on the same day. It allows participants to experience a hint of the challenges faced by those experiencing homelessness during winter, as well as raise money to help those people.
To kick off the 2020 growing season, Sources Food Hub is offering a new and free resource. Fruit tree owners in Surrey are invited to attend a pruning workshop to learn how to take better care of their fruit-bearing trees while supporting our community at the same time. This workshop, to be held on January 25 (1 to 3 p. m. ) at the Historic Stewart Farm in South Surrey, is part of Sources Food Hub’s Community Harvest Program – a gleaning service to actively rescue food that might otherwise be wasted.