[caption id="attachment_817" align="alignleft" width="225" caption="Celebrate local harvest at Evergreen's Picnic at the Brick Works"] [/caption] Like me, many Torontonians are sitting on the edge of their seats, eager to taste what the third annual Picnic at the Brick Works will bring. Locavores and foodies will once again head down to Toronto's beautiful historic Evergreen Brick Works this coming Sunday to sample delicious local bounty. This year's theme is Saving Diversity, and top chefs from all over the city will use local farmers' harvests to create tasty dishes to represent the many ethnic groups that make up Toronto. And how will we wash all this delicious food down? I hear that many local wineries will be on site to showcase their great products too. You can buy tickets to Picnic at the Brick Works from Evergreen at a cost of $110 per person (food and drink included, of course). Proceeds from ticket sales go to Evergreen and Slow Food Toronto. If you're in or around Toronto, do you plan to attend to celebrate the sustainable food movement? If not, how does your community celebrate their local harvest?