VILLAGE FEAST, SOURIS, PEI

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Hi folks, due to canada 150 celebrations, we have changed the date for this year's village feast to mid july

village feast 2017 will be on
sunday, july 16th, 2017


we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused anyone who have made plans around our original date.

as usual, serving is 3-6pm, and as usual we will have a great time and do good deeds.  Join the joy july 16th in souris pei. More details to follow




Village Feast Inc. is a non-profit children’s charity based in Souris, Prince Edward Island. It supports local and global initiatives whose goals are to improve the lives of children in our world. Some of the beneficiaries are Farmers helping Farmers which builds school cookhouses in Kenya, Africa, on behalf of Village Feast, the Souris Food Bank, Coats for Kids, and Main Street Family Resource Centre's Young Mothers cooking class
es.

Last Years Menu

Local Seafood Appetizer
Grilled AAA Striploin Steak
Steamed Lobster
Brown Butter Mashed Potatoes
Fresh Picked Local Salad
Organic Red Fife Artisan Bread
Kenyan Githeri
Strawberry Rhubarb dessert with fresh
Whipped Cream

             


 


To learn more about our event, please feel free to download and view this short presentation VillageFeast2015A.pptx
11.2 MB


Village Feast And Farmers Helping Farmers In The News
Please check out this recent article in the Guardian about our work in Kenya with Farmers Helping Farmers and Chef Michael Smith's new spoon!


Documentary
The Village Feast documentary is now available on the Food Network website here. The documentary tells the story of the Feast and reveals the inner-workings of the 2011 event.



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@TheVillageFeast or on our Facebook Fan Page The Village Feast
The official opening of the cookhouse of Marinya-A-Ruibi (2012 cookhouse), with headmaster William Karema Center, Ilse Peters Ching Left and Jolyne Sharkey Rt. Headmaster William Karema, Jolyne Sharkey, Teresa Mellish, Ilse Peters Ching, and Jennifer Morogocho, Farmers Helping Farmers liaison with the stainless steel cookers cooking up githeri. Ilse and Jolyne attending the official opening of Mitoome, which was the 2013-funded cookhouse.

Village Feast Helps Build a Fifth Cookhouse In Kenya!





Souris Village Feast vice chair Alan MacPhee writes a $10,000 cheque to Teresa Mellish, coordinator of Farmers helping Farmers. The money will be used to build a fifth school cookhouse in rural Kenya. Although the Village Feast goal is one cookhouse annually, this cookhouse uses surplus funds raised from previous Feast years and will be the second one this year. Village Feast Inc. is a non-profit children's charity based in Souris, Prince Edward Island. It supports local and global initiatives whose goals are to improve the lives of children in our world.
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