Benefitting A Loving Spoonful. celebrate an occasion when many friends and family of the Fillmore Family get together for a day of food, frolic, fun, games, music, dancing, and much more. The Fillmore Family Reunion will be like no other. No unwelcome gestures, speeches and small chit-chat with people you have never met before but apparently share some genetic connection. This reunion is about the chosen family of the Fillmore’s. Those people you choose to spend time with, drink with, dance with, play with, and have a darn good time with. 850+ guests are expected to descend upon the UBC Farm on August 13th, 2011! Bring your boyfriend, girlfriend, other friends, grandma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, and whoever you choose for a day you will never forget.
A Day of Music, Dancin’, Games, Fun, Frolic, and a Country BBQ, on the Farm in the HOT Summer Heat
This event will feature entertainment from all over North America including, Linda Fillmore, Sharon McNight, Kim Kuzma, Boomchix, Sons of Granville, DJ Mumbles, Tyrell Witherspoon, Babe Coal, Timberline Dance Society, and many more on the Fillmore Family Performance Stage.
Advance Tickets $45 http://www.fillmorefamily.ca/reunion_2011.html
A Loving Spoonful is a volunteer-driven, non-for-profit society providing free nutritious meals and nutritional counselling to people living with HIV or AIDS in Metro Vancouver. On a weekly basis, and for the last 20 years, A Loving Spoonful volunteers deliver frozen meals and snack packs to men, women and children who are primarily homebound and living with HIV/AIDS. Maintaining superior health standards in each and every meal, alongside a minimal cost per plate, A Loving Spoonful provides for those who need it most supporting their healthy living and healing efforts. (www.alovingspoonful.org).
The Fillmore Family Foundation is a registered non-profit society providing funding to non-profit agencies that deliver programs and services in the areas of nutrition, housing, health, and education. The Foundation relies on the generosity of event participants, volunteers and sponsors to create grass-roots events to generate the funds necessary to support the foundation’s beneficiaries. Since 2000, more than $400,000 has been raised by the foundation.