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The Loaded Ladle Newsletter
September 20, 2019


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Help Stir the Pot!

Volunteer with The Loaded Ladle

 
Monday Prep Party
Every Monday, 4-6 pm in the Loaded Ladle Kitchen, main floor, Dalhousie SUB

Tuesday through Fridays (when classes are in session)
  • daily prep, 930-12 or part thereof
  • daily serving, 1230-130
  • daily cleanup, 130-300
Just drop by our kitchen and say you'd like to help!

Regular Servings
 Tuesday-Friday, 1PM
If you have a schedule conflict, you can leave us a container (we open around 930 am) and we will put a meal in it and set it aside for you to pickup anytime before 3 0'clock. Please remember to put your name or symbol on your container.
 

Baking New Ground:

Bake Sale Prep for Water Protectors
Monday, September 23, 4-6pm, the Loaded Ladle Kitchen
6136 University Avenue, Halifax


We'll be using our regular weekly prep party to bake treats for a bake sale fundraiser for Water Protectors in Sipekne'katik. (More information about the water protectors here! https://stopaltongas.wordpress.com/)

Come and join us! We'll be welcoming friends from Our Time to chat about Climate Action Week and food justice in relation to climate change. Who are those who are most effected?

Bake sale will be the next day in lobby of the McCain, 11:00 am-4:00pm

To The Root

To the root is the Loaded Ladle's annual workshop series. This year, the series will present a workshop or workshops every Tuesday through October. The broad and open-ended series focuses on our core concerns: food security, food justice and  food sovereignty, often as they relate directly to our own local communities. Watch this Newsletter or check our website or social media feeds for further details.
 

Solidarity Servings
 

The Loaded Ladle regularly partners with community organizations, collectives and others to offer food in solidarity with their community-based activities and  the events they sponsor throughout the year. We also collaborate with groups like the Alton Gas Resistance and Out Of the Cold Shelter to prepare food in our kitchen for distribution to others working for social justice and social change in our communities. If you have an idea or a need for a Solidarity Serving, please contact us at workshops.solidarity@gmail.com 

Monday Food Servings at Radstorm

Handing out free food to nurture resilience against the far right! Servings on Mondays 6pm at Radstorm, 2177 Gottingen Street, Halifax! Send us a message to get involved.

Each Monday, FAF hosts a community meal and an information session/discussion about why fascism is on the rise world wide, what organizations are trying to organize in our city, and why proactive community-based antifascism is necessary to stop its creep. Held at Radstorm (2177 Gottingen) every Monday around 7pm.

 "The People's Fridge" now resides at Radstorm (2177 Gottingen). Stocked at least weekly with the surplus of capitalist food waste, The People's Fridge contents are available to anyone for free. Open Sundays, 2-6; Wednesdays, 12-7 and other times when Radstorm is hosting events or when members are present.  The People's Photocopier (low cost community access copier) is also located at Radstorm.

 

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