2014 Slow Food Cycle Sunday
Date: Sunday, August 17, 2014
Time: 9 AM to 3 PM
Location: Village of Pemberton to Pemberton Meadows
Admission: $5 per person / $20 per family (+ online event registration fee)
Register For Slow Food Cycle Sunday Online
Pre-registration is now available. Simply fill out the form below to get started.
SFCS Event Day Registration
- Where: Pemberton Meadows Road at the location of the old Pemberton Community Centre. Look for School District 48's Bus Garage and Playing Fields just north west of the Village of Pemberton.
- When: 9 AM to 2 PM
- Cost: $5 per per person / $20 per family
Pemberton's 10th annual Slow Food Cycle returns for 2014!
Slow Food Cycle Sunday is an opportunity to connect—town folk and city folk, consumers with their food, people with the land. The future of food is local!
The Slow Food Cycle Sunday began over a conversation at the Helmer’s family farm in 2005. The seed of the idea to connect city folk to their food and farmers to the people who buy and eat their food was modest. There was no way of knowing that the event would spawn countless other Slow Food Cycling events around the world, or that the farmers and participants would grow to love this event so much that it would grow each year, becoming almost a festival of farm-to-table food and family cycling. Connecting with Slow Food was an obvious choice, as Anna Helmer was already a member and advocate for the movement.
The event combines a perfect summer day, slow cycling, and family farms to provide a festival that highlights what makes Pemberton an ideal community: We’re just far enough from the bustle of the city, but have what’s important: community, good food, great weather. Experiencing this lifestyle for the day gives families a great excuse to just be together enjoying sunshine, good food and a leisurely bicycle tour through the flat Pemberton Meadows. Musicians play while local chefs prepare food grown on-site. This event is an all-day festival. No need to rush, or feel like you must go to every farm. Just let your belly be your guide as you meander from farm to farm, meeting new people, eating local foods.