The Mennonite Story multi-media interpretive centre is a must for anyone interested in learning more about Mennonites. Take a self-guided journey beginning with a 13 minute video entitled, 'The Old Order'.
City of Kitchener
Good Food, Great Drinks, Social Innovation
Forks and Barrels is an inclusive celebration of Canadian entrepreneurship, featuring food, wine, beer, spirits, arts, shopping, live music and more. Designed as a series of 19+ events held in communities throughout Ontario, Forks and Barrels comes to the On the Grand outdoor venue in Kitchener May 24 – 26, 2019.
Forks and Barrels was founded to redefine social. Gone are the days of antisocial social gatherings, Forks and Barrels is meant to genuinely bring people together to enjoy the finer things in life: good food, great drinks, and wonderful people. With an emphasis on interactivity, selection, and ambiance, participants can enjoy $2 drink samples and $4 food samples from the 400+ food and beverage vendors participating in the festival. Forks and Barrels provides a wide range of flavours in Foodie Central, including dishes for those who differ in diet! Connect with brewers and rate their brews on Beer Lane, take a stroll down Spirit Street, and enjoy a wide assortment of wines in a memorable atmosphere on Wine Ave.. Forks and Barrels is an eco-friendly festival that is free of single use plastics, and all waste is sorted.
The Marketplace at Forks and Barrels is a space with an artisan feel, featuring local art, crafts and merchandise. There’s also fun, interactive activities, and entertainment ranging from acoustic sets to comics. Please note that this is a Rain or Shine event, so dress accordingly!
Wondering where to start at Forks and Barrels? Download its app and check out the itinerary, which navigates guests through the Done, and the To-Do! Guests can also rate their food and drink samples on the app, and can suggest their pick for the People’s Choice Award Winning Vendor.
Tickets for Forks and Barrels can be purchased on line.
#forksandbarrels – Redefining Social