There will be a DJ, some local food to taste, and a handful of activities.
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Come out and celebrate the release of Spacing’s 22nd issue. In our cover section our contributors tackle a variety of food-related issues such as farming in hydro corridors, how suburban strip malls are the new home of local culinary delights, and how grocery food delivery is clogging our highways. Editor Todd Harrison sits down with local food advocate Wayne Roberts to discuss how Toronto can tackle the growing challenges of providing healthy and affordable food to its residents.
This issue also includes a special report on Toronto’s priority neighbourhoods. We focus on four communities who are producing green jobs, advocating for housing rights, and designing buildings to suit local needs.
Our friends at The Dep are going to be providing and selling some food at the event. And Lynn Golding, the artist behind the Toronto Neighbourhood Mandalas, will be selling her unique artwork.