Good Food Club

Good Food Club Events

  • Bead Along With Me

    Participants of the ‘Bead Along with Me’ Group meet regularly to bead, or craft together as a supportive social group. Members are welcome to choose their own project, and work on it at their own pace. Please drop in to all or any of the events. No need to register. Supplies provided. FREE.

  • Community Dinners

    The Good Food Club hosts a number of large scale community dinners through the winter months each year. Our volunteers come together to prepare, and serve a nutritious meal to 300+ members of the West Broadway Community, while guests socialize and meet their neighbours while enjoying their meal and entertainment.

  • Cooking Classes & Workshops

    The Good Food Club offers a variety of cooking classes and skill building workshops to members throughout the year free of charge. Examples of recent workshops and classes: chair yoga and meditation exercise class, Social Distancing Club, art therapy, gardening workshop series, healthy cooking on a budget, salad dressing and salad cooking class, and more!

  • Exercise Classes

    The Good Food Club hosts a number of exercise classes, including Chair Yoga and Meditation, and Fit Friday: Strength Training, each month. The exercises are specifically geared toward older adults, and people with mobility limitations, although everyone is welcome to attend. Exercises are gentle and take place seated in a chair – participants will not have to get down on the floor if unable to do so.

  • Farm Trips

    The Good Food Club hosts a volunteer farm trip to Heart Acres Farm every week from June to September. In return for their work, volunteers receive Sweat Points, which can be used to purchase farm fresh produce at West Broadway Farmers’ Market. This work is what helps keep the price of vegetables at the market so low - so it is very important! If spending a day out of the city learning how to grow vegetables interests you, please join us on a farm trip!

  • Healthy Seniors & Friends

    The Good Food Club's Healthy Seniors & Friends Group meets monthly to discuss member concerns, hopes for the future, current issues and events in the community, and existing resources. All are welcome.

  • Kids Cooking

    The Good Food Club provides Kids Cooking Classes in partnership with Broadway Neighbourhood Centre (BNC) every second Wednesday during the school year. Classes run from 4:00 to 6:00pm in the BNC kitchen (185 Young Street). Children and youth five years and older are invited to attend. No need to register, just drop in! Snack provided. NOTE: Kids Cooking Classes are currently cancelled due to COVID-19.

  • Markets

    The Good Food Club Hosts West Broadway Farmers' Market outdoors in the warmer months, and the Good Food Club Mini Market indoors in the colder months. For more information on our markets please click here.