Join Us for Scarborough Food Network’s Free Community Event!

Scarborough Food Network’s Community Event will provide a chance for members and the community to gather in-person, connect and share knowledge, and celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of our members in their collaborative fight against food insecurity. 

There will be light refreshments, vendors, informational tables, children’s area, DJ, and prizes! 
Date: Wednesday April 10th, 2024
Time: 1 PM – 3 PM 
Location: Centre For Immigrant & Community Services (CICS) 2330 Midland Ave, Scarborough, ON M1S 5G5
Click below to register for this free event!

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