Toronto hosts Canada’s 4th Annual Coconut Festival and Marketplace on Saturday, August 26, 2017, at David Pecaut Square.
We are excited to present you the festival in Canada in its 4th year that highlights one of the greatest fruits in the world, the coconut! Experience the sights and sounds and immerse your senses in the wonders that it brings.
Coconut Festival Canada
produces the event to connect all communities to learn about the coconuts’ various health benefits & diverse addictive delicious culinary and lifestyle uses with the addition of a Book Drive for an orphanage partner in the Philippines. It’s a Free General Admission event featuring 70 vendors dealing with coconut in your food choices, wellness program, cleaning, cosmetics, fashion and more from Asia & Pan America. You can taste and shop for various coconut products including those from local artisans : vegan coconut cakes, spreads, oils, energy snacks, chips, dips drinks, organic baby food and more. And full meals from the Caribbean, Thailand & , Hawaii.
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OUR MAJOR SPONSORS
We are so grateful that so many companies see value in this awesome community and events like ours that hope to expand and promote that community to a wider audience.
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We are excited to invite you to be part of the fourth Coconut Festival in Canada that highlights of one of the greatest fruits in the world, the coconut! Experience the sights and sounds and immerse your senses in the wonders that it brings.
Health Talks and Cultural Performers are outstanding this year! You don't want to miss!!! It's a full house!!!!
First 500 attendees will get a FREE SWAG BAGS, registration for a raffle draw
Renee Mark - Zumba
Sunita Mohan - Wellness Speaker
Sunita is a Homeopathic doctor and Holistic Nutritionist. Co-author of family cookbook, “Feed Me...I’m Hungry”. Sunita for years suffered with migraine headaches; she tried Homeopathic medicines, and diet & lifestyle changes to find some relief. You can see her on Rogers cable 10 hosting Health Matters.
Samoans in Toronto - Samoan (Polynesian) dance
Kelani - Dance Class (interactive)
KELANI® embodies a holistic approach to movement inspired by Polynesia, which encompasses mind, body and spirit. KELANI® is not only a class, it is a way of thinking and living.
Kennedy Lovato - Health and Wellness Coach and Educator
A fitness educator and advocate for 25years. Currently a PRO TRAINER, teaching the Personal Trainer Specialist Certification course for canfitpro. Also a Master Trainer for COREFX, Trigger Point Performance Therapy, A ViPR Global Master Trainer as well as a ViPR Canadian Master Trainer and a graduate of Michol Dalcourt's Institute of Motion Mentorships. Kennedy is also Co-founder and Director of Live education for CFEA (Canadian Fitness Education Alliance) a fitness educational company and Canadian distributors for TriggerPoint Performance Therapy and COREFX LIVE education.
Halau Hula I Ka La - Polynesian Dance
Whakatõpū Kotahi - Maori Haka Group
Halau Hula La - Polynesian Dance
Rhonda Finlayson - Wellness Speaker
Halau Hula O Walea - Polynesian Dance
Kate Redford - Wellness Speaker, Aromatherapy/ Essential oils
Dani Nobrega - The Groove
Mercedes Gold - Interactive Questions and Answers on coconuts for kids and adults
Carnival Spice - Caribbean dance/ interactive
We add Carnival Spice flavor to our Coconut Festival 2017 with lovely dancers and models.
Rosie Monday - Stage Performer
Dani Nobrega - The Groove
I.V.A. Eco-Fashion Show
Our Community Sponsors
Volunteers are an essential and valued part of the Coconut Festival Canada (CFC). They help create a successful Festival year-after-year. We believe this volunteer experience is like no other. We need CFC Enthusiastic Valets (assisting vendors and special guest speakers), CFC Friendly Ushers, CFC Energetic Servers, CFC Effiicient Crew Team and more!!!
What People Are Saying About Us
The day at the 3rd Annual Coconut Festival was incredible. We tried so many foods, received samples to take home, watched some great performances, and had a fun day at David Pecaut Square.Karen Food blogger at stenoodie.com
It was a great venue with lots of vendors that really believed in their product and some that had conservation in mind. The highlight for me was the yummy Thai green curry bowl from Pai which was only $5! Delicious. Lots of coconut water samples. It helps that it was a beautiful sunny day.Lara P. Chick Sergeant, Toronto
The festival is in the small open area near King and John street. Entertainment! People on stage! Music and dances!! So adorable. Very children-friendly. And delicious food!!!! Lots of vegan options, lots of pro-health options.Kathy H. Food Blogger, Hong Kong
HAVE QUESTIONS OR WANT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT COCONUT FESTIVAL?
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1 Yonge St. Suite 1801,
Toronto, ON M5E 1W7
Office: (+1) 647 966 2375
Mobile: (+1) 345 678 90