The GOODS from Ubuntu Canteen
Vancouver, BC | Author Bruce Sanguin will be speaking at Ubuntu Canteen on September 23rd. The talk – Live a Life That Is Truly Your Own: Healing Childhood Trauma – starts at 6pm.
Bruce Sanguin is an author of seven books and a psychotherapist. His latest book is Dismantled: How Love and Psychedelics Broke A Clergyman Apart, and Put Him Back Together. It tells the story of Sanguin’s healing journey and offers a map for healing trauma.
We will have food and drinks available to purchase, but the event is otherwise free. Everyone is welcome.
ABOUT UBUNTU CANTEEN | Located in the heart of Vancouver’s burgeoning Fraserhood district, Ubuntu Canteen is the latest project for David Gunawan, the locavore-focused chef behind such notable and award-winning Vancouver restaurants as Farmer’s Apprentice and Grapes & Soda. Deriving its name from a Zulu word meaning ‘compassion’ and ‘humanity’, Ubuntu Canteen is a conscious and future-focused restaurant, bakery and coffee shop that provides a space where friends and families of all ages can gather together to break bread, share stories and build a strong sense of community. By day, Unbuntu offers a bakery that prepares organic pastries, fresh sourdough loaves and lighter fare comprising ingredients grown by its family network of local farmers and a full-service espresso bar using locally roasted, ethically sourced beans. By night, Ubuntu dims the lights, plays records and serves up a variety of approachable-yet-elevated dishes and fresh nightly features such as house-made pasta, rotisserie chicken and local seafood paired with house-made cocktails, biodynamic and natural wine and a rotating selection of some of BC’s best craft beer.