Sunday 14th April, 2.30pm-4pm, Food & Farm Film Festival continues…
Postponed from February we will be showing the film ‘Ingredients’ which looks at how chefs and farmers are working together and how you can shop locally at your farmers market. We will be open for lunch and coffee from 12 noon with the film scheduled to start at 2:30pm.
Tuesday 16th April, 11am-2pm, ‘Meet the Artist’ with Steve Rankin.
We’d like to say a big thank you to Steve and congratulate him on his upcoming installation at the Inverness County Centre for the Arts where he will be one of the ’30 Under 30′ artists to display their work in August. If you can’t wait until then you can always check out his work online at http://steverankinphotography.com/
Tuesday 23rd April, Change of artist with Amanda Leigh Mac Innis.
We say a fond farewell to Steve Rankins rustic buildings and spectral nightscapes and welcome Amanda Leigh Mac Innis’ striking acrylics inspired by the wholesome beauty of Cape Breton. Her personal style of exaggerated blue skies and earthy rust tones are repeated throughout her work giving credence to her unique perspective and natural talent.
We’re really pleased that Amanda is showing her art here as she is a farmer, fisherman, a comrade from the farmers markets and an excellent chef to boot. Amanda is also one of the Inverness ’30 under 30′ artists. We feel that she epitomises the philosophy that we are trying to achieve at Haven Coffeebar with high quality local food enhancing the customer experience.
Sunday 28th April, 2.30pm-4pm, Food & Farm Film Festival continues…
Pat Lamey from the Rotary Club of Port Hawkesbury will be at Haven Coffeebar at 2pm to chat about the Port Hawkesbury Park and the successful ‘Let Them Be Kids’ award. Come and find out why you should put a big red circle around September 14th!!
‘The Greenhorns’ then wraps up the Food & Farm Film Festival with a candid glimpse of young farmers across America, their struggles and their triumphs in an uplifting documentary that will leave you itching to get your hands in the soil. We will be open for lunch and coffee from 12 noon with the film scheduled to start at 2:30pm.