The Next PechaKucha Night Will Focus on Vancouver Food & Drink

We don’t know if you’ve picked up on it, but here at Scout we love food. What’s more, we not only love people who grow and make food, but we also love other likeminded people who love and talk about food. Naturally, we’re super excited to share the news that the next PechaKucha Night (November 29th) at the Vancouver Playhouse will involve a tasty line-up stories and ideas from creatives across the food and drink industry.

Tickets go on sale next Thursday, November 8th at 10am through Eventbrite. Mark your calendars — with a speaker list like this, you won’t want to miss out!

Shelley Bolton – Senior Manager, Social Enterprise PHSCS / Head Chocolate Maker, East Van Roasters

Amber Bruce – Bar Manager, Keefer Bar

Eleanor Chow – Owner & Pastry chef, Cadeaux Bakery

Scott Cohen – Principal, scott cohen design

Stefanie Dueck – Metal artist , Stefanie Dueck

Nihal Elwan – Founder, Tayybeh: A Celebration of Syrian Cuisine

Russell Hackney – Designer/maker, Russell Hackney Ceramics

Adrian McInnes – Partner & Brand Manager, Strathcona Beer Company

Amélie Nguyen & Vincent Nguyen – Sister / Supporter & Brother / Owner, Anh and Chi

Merri Schwartz & Jaydeen Williams – Founder / Communications Director, Growing Chefs Society

Victor Straatman – Co-founder, Meatme

Artwork by @renske_werner


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