tiny farm, big table

Long-table Dinner Series

An elegant 7-course meal served family-style with live music and garden cocktails.

We’re dining long-table style in the midst of the Tiny Farm in the heart of Roberts Creek – a charming space created by community and it shows. Hand-made garden boxes, a little red barn, and a rainbow caravan play backdrop to rows of spinach, carrots, and flowers. Live music fills the air.

7 courses from 7 creative chefs are served family style, for strangers and friends to serve each other and break bread together in the ways of old.

Behind the laughter and clinking plates, there’s a deeper purpose at play. Together we are quietly honing in on the bigger picture:
Food security and resiliency here on this remote strip of land.

2024 Dinners: Sunday July 14 & Tuesday, Aug 13  $180
Update May 31: Sorry, tickets are sold out.

Long-Table Dinner Raffle: Win your way in!

This year’s dinners sold out in less than 90 minutes, and a long waitlist is forming. If you didn’t get tickets in time, or wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford tickets, here’s your chance to win your way in!

We’re excited to be able to award lucky winners with 10 chances to win!

  • 4 pairs of tickets to either of our long-table dinners (8 tickets total), PLUS
  • 6 Artisanal Culinary Collections: Gift bags full of locally crafted creations!

Why are we doing this work?

Our food system is in a precarious state – degraded soil quality, disrupted supply chains, impacts of industrial agriculture on the earth and human welfare, unprecedented food waste, skyrocketing food costs, and our overall disconnection from each other and where our food really comes from.

We’re passionately working to build a community and a local food system that’s healthy, regenerative, and resilient for us now and seven generations from now. 

A holistic food system seeks to balance the needs of people, the planet, and future generations. There’s power in:

  • the simplicity of fresh, nourishing harvests from the soil
  • the unity that blooms through skill-sharing and resourcefulness among neighbours, generations, and cultures
  • reconnecting to ancestral wisdom from our elders
  • conquering the world’s problems by breaking bread together

These dinners raise funds to:

Feed: Support fresh, local food for people in need through the Foodbox Program & other dignified food initiatives.

Teach: Subsidize learning and mentorships on farm, food, waste, traditional foods, regenerative practices, and more.

Share: Support the Tool Library, where people borrow equipment to help grow, create, preserve, and eat.

Grow: Plant & care for our precious community food spaces – the free-to-harvest Sechelt Streetside Garden, and One Tiny Farm in Roberts Creek.

Photos of our staff and members interacting

We are so lucky to do this with these incredible, community-minded partners and chefs:

2023 Partners & Chefs

logos of Gourmet Girl, La Bettolina, Little Spoon, Brassica, Raintree Lane Retreat, Lunitas, The Picassoloaf, Run with soup, The Bay, TK's gourmet, The goodloaf, Work in the woods, Healthy hOMe, Lighthouse liquor, Persephone Brewing and Tipsy Beverage Co, Coast photo co, Jen+ Brian Photography


One Tiny Farm

Located in the centre of Roberts Creek’s village.

On the Unceded Coast Salish Territories of the shíshálh and Skwxwú7mesh Nations.

3022 Beach Ave, Roberts Creek
(behind the Gumboot Restaurant)

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