INFORMATION ON COVID-19

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TABLE TALK

Welcome to Table Talk: informational sessions on topics related to food security and environmental sustainability.

Join the conversation as we learn about the environment, food, gardening and sustaining a healthy community that grows together. Community members and residents across Durham Region are invited to be participants and/or presenters. Together we can learn and apply new skills at home and in our community.

We want to hear from you! If you have questions, a topic to suggest or are interested in being a presenter, please contact our Community Development Coordinator at The Nourish and Develop Foundation.

Due to COVID-19, these workshops are currently delivered virtually via Zoom. If you would like assistance in setting up Zoom, we’d suggest starting here. Pre-registration for each Table Talk is required; click here or call us to reserve your spot. Sponsored spots are offered; please contact us to inquire about their availability.

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This series is made possible thanks to our collaborative efforts with Durham Integrated Growers.

UPCOMING TALKS

Botanical Bookworm | Wednesday, June 23, 2021 | 6:30pm

 

JOIN US

Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/table-talk-botanical-bookworms-3-tickets-149893869599

Please Register Prior to Event Date.

Vote to read one of these environmentalism-themed books below, and then register to join us on Zoom to share your thoughts & ideas on the winning title!

Everyone is invited to vote on 1 of the following 3 book titles, selected with the help of Brock Library:

  1. Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer
  2. The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohelleben
  3. Drawdown by Paul Hawken

To vote, please click here using our Google Form (https://forms.gle/mfZvVGDo6A889vJcA). On May 12 the polls will close, and TNDF will announce the winning title!

If you are interested in joining the Zoom call on June 23 to discuss the book, please register through Eventbrite.

If you would like to reserve a hardcopy book through Brock Library contact TNDF at zoe@tndf.ca. E-books and audiobooks are also available to Durham Library card holders via OverDrive/Libby on a first come, first serve basis.

All of these titles are also available through Audible, Apple Books, Google Play, or wherever you get your audio & e-books!

Come take a page out of the community handbook and join us as we dig into discussion & fun!

Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM
Cost: FREE

PREVIOUS TALKS

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