Nourish Talks (Spring) is about Food and Hope

Nourish Talks (Spring) is about Food and Hope2015-09-03T15:29:07+10:00

Nourish (Spring) on October 22 is about Food and Hope. A space for conversation with refugees, asylum seekers and chefs about ingredients, cooking and cultivation.  

Nourish Talks – Spring 2015 – a Sydney Good Food Month event
Inside Out Organic Soup Kitchen (IOOSK) and St Canice’s Rooftop Kitchen Garden
Thursday, 22 October 2015 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (AEDT)

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Nourish (Spring) on October 22 is about Food and Hope. A space for conversation with refugees, asylum seekers and chefs about ingredients, cooking and cultivation. Come immerse yourself in the magic.

Superb stories. Stellar food from local and garden-grown ingredients. Heartfelt music. Friendships new and old. An inner-city rooftop garden, full of fresh spring growth. Nourish Talks are meaningful events about nature, lifestyle, wellbeing, and community, designed to uplift in a world that can seem dark at times. The talks get at tough issues, in gentle and uplifting ways, to make change feel like an exciting opportunity, not an impossible burden.

Nourish is part of a family of social outreach projects in Sydney’s gritty Kings Cross that includes a rooftop kitchen garden, the Inside Out Organic Soup Kitchen, TwoGood Soups, GROW horticultural therapy and the Young Mums Cooking Program.
You’ll feast on three courses of spectacular food from our friends at Seed2Soul and be immersed in beautiful styling from interior design firm Davenport Campbell.

You buying a ticket to Nourish Talks directly contributes funds to people who need it most. You’ll be helping enrich the lives of refugees and asylum seekers, young mums, people experiencing mental health issues, those sleeping rough, and anyone who might benefit from some soil on their hands or some food in their bellies.

Nourish (Spring) is a Sydney Good Food Month event – Thursday October 22, from 6:30 – 10:00 pm – at St Canice’s Kitchen Garden. This is a ticketed event, open to all ages.

THE FINE PRINT: We need to let you know that access to the rooftop is up several flights of stairs, which means it isn’t accessible by wheelchair. The talk itself will take place in the Hall, which is fully accessible, and we’d be pleased to work with you to find a way for you to still experience as much of the event as possible. Call Tilly on 0403 988 132 to discuss, or email [email protected] If you can handle the stairs but will need seating once you’re on the roof, we’ve got that covered.