Culinary Arts students prepare Harvest on the Hill feast

Harvest on the Hill

It's harvest season at Assiniboine

Enjoy the fruits of our labour. A true 'field to fork' experience awaits you. Oh, did we mention the terrific beer and amazing food?
Close up of appetizer

Harvest on the Hill has Hotel and Restaurant Management students joining forces with Culinary Arts, Horticultural Production and Sustainable Food Systems students to present beers from countries around the world, highlighting locally produced beer and accompanied by delectable locally grown food pairings—some so local, they've never left our North Hill campus!

As part of the festival, students present their selections and engage the tasting audience with their knowledge.

You'll get a chance to taste a wide variety of dishes with beer pairings, each one more delicious than the next. Explore our Sustainable Greenhouse as part of the experience and learn more about some of the applied research happening at our college.

Date: October 17, 2019
Time: TBD
Tickets go on sale: TBD
Price: TBD

Maximum of four tickets available per caller.

Must be 18 years or older to attend. ID is checked at the door.

North Hill Campus Map

Guests should park in the Len Evans Parking Lot, and a shuttle will be provided to MICA. If space is unavailable, you can park in the East Parking Lot.

Every MICA event is organized by students and faculty, providing a practical component to both our Culinary Arts and Hotel & Restaurant Management programs.

You can call 204.725.8738 or 800.862.6307 ext 6516 once the phone lines open for each of our MICA events.

For general event information, please call 204.725.8741 at any time.

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Please note: event dates are subject to change. Refer to this page for up-to-date information before ordering tickets. Tickets are non-refundable.

Instructor and student stand inside of greenhouse
Instructor Dr. Poonam Singh stands with a student inside the college's sustainable greenhouse.
A student pours beer for a guest at Harvest on the Hill.