Eat local, celebrate local + explore Old East Village this autumn!
What do OTMO, The RC and LBC have in common?
1) All are mandated to support local food producers and work for a resilient local food system for London!
2) All are located in London's Old East Village!
3) All are in support of Forest City Cookbook!
Grand Prize: A voucher for Forest City Cookbook (expected printing: Spring 2018), plus a $30 gift card from The Root Cellar, On The Move Organics, and London Brewing Co-op! (Total value $140)
Runner-up: A voucher for Forest City Cookbook (Total value $50)
1. Visit each location between October 9th and October 30th (**note the hours of operation of each location, below!)
2. Pick up a Scavenger Hunt passport from the first location you visit.
3. Earn a sticker on your passport by completing each location's challenge.
4. For extra points, post a challenge photo to your preferred social media channel, tagging #LocalHarvest, @ForestCityCookbook, and the location! (Instagram handles: @RootCellarLDN, @onthemoveorganics.ca, @londonbrewingca)
5. Once you've completed all three challenges, exchange your completed passport for a draw ballot.
6. Winners announced on Halloween!
ADDRESSES + HOURS OF OPERATION:
On The Move Organics: Open Saturdays at The Western Fair Farmers' Market (900 King St.) from 8-3pm.
The Root Cellar: Open Monday-Friday, 11am-10pm and Saturday 9am-10pm at 623 Dundas St.
London Brewing Co-operative: Open Wednesday-Friday 12pm-9pm, Saturday 11am-9pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm at 521 Burbrook Place.
ABOUT FOREST CITY COOKBOOK:
"[FCCB is] a stunning hardcover book that celebrates and promotes the unique food culture in London Ontario. In addition to over 125 original recipes from local chefs, farmers and producers, the book features art and literary pieces that tell the story of the Forest City. Professional photography, easy-to-use recipes and profiles featuring local growers, producers and breweries make this a book you will turn to time and again. A vibrant online presence rounds out the community experience and allows us to grow with the region."
Photo from forestcitycookbook.com