Newcomer Traditional Foods Map

Join us for the launch of the Newcomer Traditional Foods Map

March 18, 2020

5pm to 7pm

Sergeant Tommy Prince Place  

90 Sinclair Street

It can be hard to find traditional foods in Winnipeg. The Newcomer Map helps all community members find healthy foods from around the world!

The event is free but you need a ticket (so we can be sure to have enough food for everyone).  Tickets are available at Eventbrite.ca  or through your NISW/Facilitator/Coordinator.

Refreshments Performers Prizes  Games Recipe Demos Fun Activities for the whole family

Download a printable Poster Here

Download the Newcomer Traditional Foods Map Here

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