The Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre is hosting their first of four Culture Bites events for the year, celebrating the many cultures that make up our community.
On Wednesday, 23 March the event will provide the opportunity for interaction and friendships to form between people with different cultural backgrounds.
People can expect to see a variety of cuisines from different cultures at the event, as well as interesting cultural performances and presentations from some local support services.
Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centres Settlement Engagement and Transition Support Coordinator Maggie Xu said the event was an opportunity to promote multiculturalism in the Bundaberg Region.
“Culture Bites is a great opportunity to showcase and promote multiculturalism and harmony in the Bundaberg Region,” Maggie said
“Culture Bites is a very popular multicultural food-sharing event to celebrate multiculturalism in the Bundaberg region which we run at the Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre.
“It is a wonderful opportunity for participants to wear traditional dress and bring food from their culture to share, and it’s also a great opportunity for all members in the community to get to know and appreciate different cultures.”
The event is free for those who bring a plate of food, although you may also attend for $5.
Attendees are encouraged to wear their traditional dress.
To RSVP to the event, phone 4153 1614 or email by Friday, 18 March with number of attendees and the food you will be bringing.
You can find out more about the Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre and their upcoming events here.
The Bundaberg and District Neighbourhood Centre serves the community by acting as a hub for information, advice, and referrals for those needing a range of support services.
What: Cultural Bites Event
Where: Bundaberg Neighbourhood Centre
When: Wednesday, 23 March
Time: 11.30am – 2pm
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