Just in time for the Spring School Holidays, the Little Food Festival will be showcasing the power of food to inspire learning with an incredible line up of at-home do-it-yourself activities, entertaining videos including a live stream on the Fed Square website and interactive content the kids are sure to love.
Drawing on the themes of environment, health and community, the Little Food Festival will include videos of activities and stories, accompanied by a downloadable booklet full of activity sheets so that kids can learn and play along as they watch.
The videos will be hosted by the much-loved Alice Zaslavsky and will feature cameo appearances from sustainability superstars Sage Garden, Oz Harvest, Afrohub, ArtPlay, Lentil As Anything, the Royal Botanical Garden, Beci Orpin, Stephanie Alexander, Costa Georgiadis, Julia Ostro, and Pawa Foods.
10am–10:30am – Official Welcome to the Festival.
10.30am–11am – Costa the Gnomes Garden Tour
11am–12pm – Storytime
12pm–1:30pm – Lunchtime Cooking with Sandro & Alice
12.15pm – Minecraft Challenge Competition Winners Announced
1:30pm–2:30pm – Crafternoon with Beci Orpin
2:30–3pm – Storytime continues
3pm – Let’s Celebrate Finishing the Festival with Alice
The Minecraft Challenge returns for another year, with a new challenge for kids to build a food sustainable world. In addition to this, kids will have the opportunity to participate in a Citizen Science food waste and packaging challenge as part of the festival. Monash’s Little Food Library is back too with a storytime like never before.
Date: Wednesday 30 September 2020
Time: 10 am–3 pm
Suitable for kids aged 5–12 years old
Registration is FREE, sign up before 30 September and you will receive a downloadable activity booklet before the festival.
The Little Food Festival is hosted by the Sandro Demaio Foundation, in partnership with Monash University, the Monash University Library, and Federation Square.
Cover image: Alice Zaslavsky