Coffee and LocomotivesSt Thomas, Ontario
Heritage, Culinary Arts — Behind-the-scenes, Talks and Discussion
Who: Laurence Grant, historian at CASO station, shares with you the journey that started in 1870s as the Canada Southern Railway Station was built and became an important part of Canada's birth as a nation, and Maria Fiallos, coffee roaster, shares the beginnings of coffee in her native Nicaragua circa 1870s. These two worlds now intercept in the coffee roastery that occupies the CASO Railway Station. Take a behind the scenes tour of the roastery and the beautiful historical landmark building.
This activity requires pre-registration. Please sign-up at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coffee-locomotives-tickets-36720682550.
This activity is in English.
This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Tour, Storytelling, Museum, Historic Site, Family Friendly, All Ages, Agriculture & Farm-related, Coffee
|Fri 29 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 30 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sun 01 Oct||11:00 AM to 1:00 PM|
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750 Talbot St.
St Thomas, Ontario
CASO Railway Station
Ground floor of the CASO station, East Wing at Las Chicas del Cafe
Las Chicas del Cafe
Las Chicas del Cafe a coffee roaster specializing in Nicaraguan coffee. Sisters Maria and Valeria Fiallos founded Las Chicas del Cafe guided by a personal philosophy based on quality, tradition, and sustainability, their coffee is a true testament to craftsmanship, from the time the coffee cherries are picked in Nicaragua to the time the beans are packaged in Canada. Their coffee is roasted at the historical CASO Railway Station in St. Thomas, Ontario.
Roast Master- Co-owner