Where Food and Culture converge



If a person was looking for a way to relax, enjoy some great food, hear and see a variety of entertainment, meet a giant chef named Le Petite Chef, & get your face painted, The Essar Centre was a good choice Sunday, May 3rd,2015.
A solid turnout of people moved through two floors of offerings. The top concourse held vendors from the arts and culture community. The floor was where much of the food action was.

‘With over 50 Arts and Culture Vendors, 20 Food Vendors, 15 + Entertainers and 3,500+ guests – this is a day you DON’T want to miss!’ (from sault community career centre,Passport to Unity website)

For one day a year, The Essar Centre smells amazing. Passport to Unity’s Food & Culture Day.