March 10: Live Panel About Green Onion Cakes

Want to know more about the history of the beloved green onion cake? Come out to a live panel exploring this scrumptious snack.

Our panelists:
– Siu To, credited as the restaurant owner who first popularized the green onion cake in Edmonton
– Local author and playwright Marty Chan
– Linda Tzang, Royal Alberta Museum Curator of Cultural Communities

When: Sat, 10 March 2018
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM MST
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Where: The Mercury Room
10575 114 Street Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5H 3J6

How much: $20  Tickets are now sold out
Two green onion cakes are included with each ticket, so you can compare and contrast styles!

Where to buy tickets: Eventbrite  We weren’t kidding: we’re actually sold out.

This event will be recorded for Let’s Find Out. It’s also Chris’ last big event before his term as historian laureate ends.

The Mercury Room is wheelchair accessible. This event is 18+, and drinks will be available at the bar.

Green onion cakes are basically wheat, green onions, and oil, so gluten-free options will unfortunately not be available.

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