Bel­mont fes­ti­val joy

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - NEWS -

IF you’ve missed out on Bel­mont’s big­gest fes­ti­val of the year so far, there’s still plenty more to come to keep you en­ter­tained.

All Bel­mont residents are in­vited to a free bar­be­cue mark­ing the fifth sea­son on the Noon­gar cal­en­dar, Kam­barang, at Vol­cano Park on Tues­day, November 22, from 10.30am.

Held by the Abo­rig­i­nal and Cul­tural and Lin­guis­ti­cally Di­verse Com­mu­nity, it will also cel­e­brate the in­ter­na­tional day of tol­er­ance.

The City of Bel­mont’s first book, Bel­monster, will be launched on November 24. Bring the kids along for sto­ry­time and a mon­ster feast at the Ruth Faulkner Pub­lic Li­brary fore­court.

Tick­ets are free but book­ings are es­sen­tial and places are go­ing fast.

Sav­ing the best for last, the fes­ti­val finale will be held on November 26 with free ac­tiv­i­ties and en­ter­tain­ment for ev­ery­one to en­joy.

High­lights in­clude the in­ter­na­tional food fes­ti­val cel­e­brat­ing the unique cul­tural of­fer­ings of Bel­mont’s many com­mu­ni­ties.

For a com­plete list of events and lo­ca­tions for the 2016 Let’s Cel­e­brate Bel­mont Fes­ti­val, visit the City’s web­site at www.bel­mont.wa.gov.au.

Ella Makoni and Vic­to­ria Fore­man were dressed up for the fes­ti­val’s Jazz in the Park event ear­lier this month.

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