We are currently seeking submissions for our upcoming project – “Growing For better Health”
Do you have a seasonal recipe that has been passed down through the family generations? Or do you know how to create sustainable food recipes on a tight budget?
Are you interested in capturing the beauty of produce and food through your art? Do you know someone who’s creative talent is too good not to be shared?
If so, here is your opportunity to be featured in a Community Cookbook that will be included in the City of Casey – Positive Ageing Cornucopia Project.
The City of Casey – Positive Ageing Cornucopia Project is themed around “Growing for Better Health.”
The objective of the Cornucopia project is aimed at providing access to creating a healthy, equitable, sustainable, and resilient food system within individual homes to overcome barriers in food insecurity and accessibility.
An element of the project is Capturing Casey’s history through a generational recipe, with this a collaborative seasonal recipe booklet that will be co-developed and written by Casey’s senior residents.
To Be successful with your recipe/artwork entry you must be able to address the following criteria:
Must provide a recipe that is aimed at the different seasons of the year (Summer/Spring/Winter/Autumn)
AND/OR must provide an artwork that captures different seasonal produce/dish (Summer/Spring/Winter/Autumn)
Must be over the age of 60 years or submit a family recipe from a person who is aged 60 years and over.
Be a Casey resident and/or a member of a Casey community group
How to apply:
It is simple: submit your recipe and/or Artwork to PositiveAgeing@casey.vic.gov.au or you can drop a copy (please no originals) to our customer service desk at Bunjil Place addressed to
Brooke Osborne – Access and Inclusion Officer.
Applications Close – 3rd of June, 2022.
If you would like to participate contact Barbara Ryan 3A Casey Promotional Events Group leader