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Innermost Garden: Community Dinner

Innermost Garden

Community Dinner

Celebrating cultures and food

WHEN: Saturday, 11 November 2006
TIME: 6 PM
WHERE: Island Bay Community Centre 137 The Parade, Island Bay

COST:
Waged $15
Unwaged $10
Children over 10 years: $10
Children under 10 years: free

TICKETS will be available at the door.
Please contact us earlier:
Email:
expressionofinnermost[at]gmail.com


THE WOMEN OF INNERMOST GARDEN
I N V I T E Y O U

to help us celebrate the LAUNCH of our project, Innermost Garden. The Garden/s will reflect the cultural backgrounds of the refugee, migrant and local women, where they will be able to reconnect with the Earth.

Come and join us for this special occasion and sample the bounty of the earth, enjoying the delicious tastes of natural foods, dance and music, talks and games.

Bring your family and invite your friends for a wonderful night!!!


ENDS

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