LUSH hosts party

LUSH Valley Food Action Society is having a party Dec. 8 from 3 to 6 p.m.

LUSH is having a party Dec. 8 from 3 to 6 p.m.

Come share in the harvest, dining on local produce chicken and pork that was harvested through the Fruit Tree Program.

LUSH Valley thanks the community and all our volunteers for their generosity and a successful harvesting season.

LUSH picked 5,211 pounds of fruit and picked and culled 20 chickens through the Fruit Tree Program in October.

We will be cooking in the kitchen Dec. 8 from noon in preparation if you would like to help. Come join us at 1126 Piercy Ave. in Courtenay  and enjoy some scrumptious local fare.

Ask about regular free cooking programs for youth and adults, from cooking healthy meals on a budget, to vegetarian cooking.

For more information about LUSH Valley Food Action Society  programs, workshops and events, please contact us at the office at  250-331-0152 or

For more details, visit

— LUSH Valley Food Action Society

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