A Pop-Up Dinner with Immigrant and Refugee Women

Weeks after launching at our Social Venture Showcase event, BUILD program alumni Trixie Ling is presenting another pop-up dinner: A Night of Syrian Feast, Music & Storytelling with refugee and immigrant women on April 7th - get your tickets!

Trixie is the founder of Flavours of Hope, a social enterprise with a vision to provide a living wage and build social connections for immigrant and refugee women through cooking and sharing culinary traditions and stories. 

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Come, eat and learn about the food, culture and stories of refugee women in our community at our next Flavours of Hope's Pop-Up Night of Syrian Feast, Music and Storytelling on Saturday, April 7 at Kitsilano Neighbourhood House. Taste the diverse flavours of dishes from Damascus while listening to Syrian music and sharing stories of food, culture and friendship. Hayat and Carmen, a Syrian mother and daughter, will create a feast of traditional cuisine from their family recipes. We will hear more about their story of building their business, Taste of Damascus.