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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

While we can’t meet in person, Foodhall are bringing folks together through a series of online events this February.

The Foodhall Virtual Space features a fantastic range of talks, events, crafts and activities, hosted by people throughout the Foodhall community – ranging from a session on trans solidarity to fermentation workshops, zine making, baking and tons more. There'll also be a couple of parties over Zoom, one of which marks the launch of Social Pickle, a new project bringing people together to share the joys of foraging, fermenting, pickling and producing – you can buy their Sheffield 'Apple of My Eye' cider vinegar online now.

See the Foodhall Virtual Space programme below, and follow the links to book your place at the events.

Breakfast talk 1: Social space, flexible architecture and new social services
Friday 5 February, 9:30am

Think on, chew over
Saturday 6 February, 11am-1pm

Saturday 6 February, 3–5pm

Buddhist Mind Training
Sunday 7 February, 4-5pm

Zine Workshop
Sunday 7 February, 5–6pm

Breakfast talk 2: Memetic governance
Monday 8 February, 9:30–10:30am

National Food Service talk
Monday 8 February, 6–7pm

Breakfast talk 3: Our economic experiments
Tuesday 9 February, 9:30–10:30am

Zoom party!
Tuesday 9 February, 7–9pm

Introducing Non Violent Communication
Wednesday 10 February, 11am–12:30pm

Social Pickle launch party!
Wednesday 10 February, 6:30–7:30pm

Creating a thinking environment in meetings
Thursday 11 February, 7–8:30pm

Breakfast talk 4: Funding and proposal writing workshop
Friday 12 February, 9:30–10:30am

“Build back better”? Salvage as strategy
Friday 12 February, 6–7pm

Livestream-wheel-thrown-clay-mug bonanza
Saturday 13 February, 4–6pm

Sunday 14 February, 11am–12pm

Pink Sauerkraut Workshop
Sunday 14 February, 2–3pm

Trans solidarity workshop
Tuesday 23 February, 4–6pm

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