Our communities are brimming with passionate musicians, comedians, poets, crafters, gardeners, communicators, creators, mentors and so many more. Wouldn't it be nice to have a party to celebrate those beside us who we enjoy sharing time with?



Let us present The Mishmash Bash—planned with you in mind!

Come enjoy local talents in a collective sharing of expressions featuring all those listed above.

Doors open at 6:30PM, performances & market starts at 7PM!

All proceeds going to The Plot Community Garden and Vancouver Co-op Radio! (Suggested donation of $5 or PWYC).



In 2016 the PLOT transformed a vacant 2-acre site near the Surrey Newton Bus Loop into a plentiful organic Sharing Garden, FREE to all the community. The garden is anchored by the Newton Medicine Wheel, which creates a physical, cultural and spiritual context for personal and community healing. Free healthy food, weekly work parties and Sunday Picnics, plus universal indigenous solstice/equinox celebrations engage a very diverse neighbourhood. Wonderful and unexpected connections are made between those of all ages, stages and stations in life – young, elderly, families, long-time residents, newcomers, immigrants, refugees, those with means, those without (including the homeless and those with substance abuse and mental health challenges).

Our goal is not just to support local food security, but to nurture spirits in a community with painful and chronic challenges. Through inclusion, sharing, and trust, we strive to create a place of hope, abundance, safety and compassion. The PLOT has been lauded by social innovators, writers, and replicators as a bold and dynamic way of helping heal a broken community.



Vancouver Co-operative Radio, CFRO, 100.5FM is a non-commercial, co-operatively-owned, listener-supported, community radio station. Located in East Vancouver and with long-time roots in the Downtown Eastside, Co-op Radio strives to provide a space for under-represented and marginalized communities. Co-op Radio aims to increase community participation by encouraging examination of the social and political concerns of the geographic and cultural communities of BC and beyond.