Long-Table Feast Set up
Volunteer Types: Entertainment, Event planning and participation, Food preparation and services
Organization types: Arts, Culture and Heritage
One day or less
Application Deadline: June 24, 2022
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Assistance setting up for our long-table feast.
Opening chairs setting up tables, putting out linens etc.
Please note there is no public transit to Madahoki Farm

Presented by TD Bank Group & Indigenous Tourism Ontario, Niriqatigiit (Coming Together To Eat) is a celebratory feast of foods from the Arctic, prepared by two unlikely friends, chefs Trudy Metcalfe-Coe and Georges Laurier, who bonded through a passion for the foods of Canada and a mutual respect that is inspiring. Featuring musk ox, Arctic char and caribou.

Chef Trudy Metcalfe-Coe, one of Southern Canada’s only Inuit Chefs, and the esteemed Chef Georges Laurier, met at Summer Solstice Festival six years ago and have worked together ever since. Trudy is a regular Chef Instructor at Georges’ cooking school, C’est Bon Cooking. He’s helped Trudy prepare featured meals for Summer Solstice’s pandemic meal boxes and they’ve planned a stunning dinner for this year’s festival that reflects that shared respect and commitment to fine cuisine.

How will this opportunity benefit the volunteer?
First hand experience in catering, culinary and Indigenous Culture
How will the organization benefit?
Smooth running operations of event
Volunteer location:
4420 West Hunt Club Road


Jacky Bell
@Indigenous Experiences
[email protected]tawasummersolstice.ca
Time it will take to contact applicants:


This position would be great for: Adults, Young Adults (19-24)
Number of Positions Available: 15
Good for people interested in: Entertainment, Event planning and participation, Food preparation and services

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