Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Food Gardening the Theme of One-Day Toronto Event

10:30am    Garden Soil Preparation Bruce Zimmerman, Horticultural Consultant,
Garden Communicator, Open-Line Garden Show
11:30am    Ready! Set! Grow! Bob Martin & Chris Gark, Martin Farms
12:30pm    Get your Soil Fix'd! Ian McLachlin, A&L Canada Laboratories
1:30pm      Crops that WOW! Steven Biggs, author, No Guff Vegetable Gardening
2:30pm      Vertical Gardening in Small Spaces Ken Brown, author,

A not-to-be-missed opportunity to learn from the best-of-the-best!
Come into our kitchen and learn the step-by-step process of canning & preserving with
Chef Emerie Brine, Bernardin Canada, soup-making with Chef Anne Sorrenti, Winner, Chopped Canada and salad-making with Signe Langford, Writer, Food Stylist, Chef and Recipe Developer.

11:15am*      Chef Emerie, Preserving
12:15pm*      Chef Anne, Soup-Making
1:30pm*        Chef Emerie, Preserving
ONGOING IN  Chef Signe, Salad-Making
* For the specific times of presentations and demonstrations, please visit www.growarow.org. 
Limited space available for cooking classes.
Advance sign-up required. Please call 416-535-0240 to book your first-come-first-serve space.
10 - Noon      Smoothies!
Noon - 2pm   SOUPALICIOUS Soups
2 - 4pm          Veggie Snacks

It's all about the how-to's of growing and enjoying your own crop of vegetables!
DATE: Saturday April 16, 2016
TIME: 10am - 4pm
LOCATION: St. Archangel Michael Serbian Orthodox Church of Toronto
212 Delaware Ave., Toronto, ON
Across the street from the Ossington (Delaware Exit) Subway Station
COST: $5 or $2 with a donation of a good food item to share with our local food banks
For more information, please contact The Compost Council of Canada @ 416-535-0240 - growarow.org

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Help CFBU Every Time Your Shop Online

Help CFBU Every Time Your Shop Online

CFBU is currently enrolled in Affiliate Programs with eBay & Amazon.  What this means is; anytime someone clicks through the links on the CFBU website and buys something, eBay and Amazon will donate a portion of that sale back to CFBU.  This doesn’t cost the buyer anything.  

What we need you to do is get in the habit of going through CFBU.ca when you want to purchase anything from Amazon or eBay.  You can support local community/campus radio by simply shopping online (through our handy affiliate links)

Donate To CFBU

To make a donation, donors simply go to CFBU.ca and click the “Donate” button. You don't need a PayPal account to donate, & CFBU accepts all major Credit Cards & even Debit/Chequing bank account donations.

Emergency Broadcast System

CFBU recently launched a campaign on GoFundMe to help raise money for the Emergency Broadcast System -- National Public Alerting System (NPAS) -- we had to install.