Chef will include Summerland stop on national tour

Chef, television personality and international best-selling author Sandi Richard is on tour this spring.

Chef, television personality and international best-selling author Sandi Richard is partnering with Compassion Canada on her national tour this spring.

The tour includes a stop in Summerland later this month.

“I’m honoured to speak about the great work Compassion does to make a real difference in the lives of children and families every day,” Richard said.

As the creator and host of the reality series Fixing Dinner, Richard rescues families from mealtime mayhem.

Each episode, she helps a different family organize their kitchen and their lives so they can gather at the dinner table every weeknight.

Fixing Dinner appears on Food Network Canada, American Life TV and Discovery Asia.

Richard also hosts Let’s Do Lunch and has written seven books in her Cooking for the Rushed series.

On tour, Richard shares her simple yet life-changing strategies for making family mealtime a reality.

Her speaking style is engaging, fun and interactive.

Each event features a live cook-off and Richard’s three-step plan to change dinnertime forever, as well as a short video from her trip to El Salvador with Compassion in August.

She will be at Summerland Baptist Church, 10318 Elliot St. on Saturday, May 25 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available at TicketWindow.ca or locally at Christian retailers and churches.

For tour locations, dates and details, visit www.SandiRichard.com.

 

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