One Long Table of multicultural delights
A CULINARY feast and cultural performances delighted the senses of more than 2000 people who flocked to Heeney Street for Chinchilla’s One Long Table at the weekend.
Chinchilla transformed into a multicultural hub on Saturday night when 30 food stalls lined the main street serving up global delights, while a bustling kids activity area ensured children’s spirits soared.
Chinchilla Community Commerce and Industry Inc (CCCI) event co-ordinator Gaye Smith said it was a fantastic and very successful event.
“The event showed great community involvement and support,” she said.
“It was a joint effort by the community.
“On the night we had over 70 volunteers from local businesses and people in the community, all doing an outstanding and enormous job.
“It was great to see a lot of families go home at the end of the night with big smiles on their faces.”
Ms Smith said a big thank you to One Long Table Committee chairman Rohan Woodforth, who brought the whole event together to make it successful.
She thanked all the sponsors for their support and said she was already looking forward to the next One Long Table.
DELIGHTING THE SENSES: Olivia and Caley Wales, Erin Redgwell, Alina, Tristan, Lucius and Lis Bruggemann at One Long Table.