There’s no chance you’ll go hungry at FinCity festival
There’s no chance you will go hungry at FinCity this Saturday.
In addition to all the local produce you can snap up at the Finley Farmers’ Market stalls, local businesses and community groups will offer an extensive range of local cuisine from the food court-style stalls.
The Finley Cricket Club will man the bar, with wine, beer and cider all available.
Be sure to match them with a lovely cheese platter from Poppies Espresso Cafe.
Non-alcoholic drinks will be available from the Finley Little Athletics marquee.
Finley Lions will be on the barbecue cooking the fine gourmet kebabs and hamburgers provided by Finley Quality Meats, and Ashley Haynes Butchery will also be trialling his new wide range of gourmet flavoured sausages.
Finley High School will be offering a unique take on Mexican cuisine, thanks to the efforts of the hospitality team.
Hospitality teacher Jenny Philpot said FinCity will provide a new experience for the students.
‘‘It gives the students a great chance to learn about cooking to order, food hygiene, customer satisfaction and cuisine from different countries,’’ she said.
‘‘The kids are excited to be taking on the new opportunity.
‘‘It’s good for the them to see how they can help the community in their own time.
‘‘We’re serving tacos and burritos with a variety a fillings.’’
Hong Loch will have the Chinese cuisine lovers covered, and the revamped Finley Pizza will be providing a traditional range of pizza flavours, as well as kebabs and chicken parmigiana.
J&N Teapot Cafe will keep the health conscious community members happy, providing a gourmet salad bar. They will also have their coffee van on site.
Finley Bakery & Patisserie will provide an extensive array of pies and sweet treats, including the award winning Finley Farmers’ Choice pie and famous vanilla slice.
Finley Bakery will also be running a competition with the Finley High School Timor-Leste Immersion program by asking people to vote for their favourite Finley Bakery classic item — the Finley Farmers’ Choice pie or vanilla slice.
Each vote with cost you 50c, with all proceeds from the vote donated to the school’s program.
Dedicated Finley Lions members like Alex Brain, Nellie Johnson, Graham Fisher and Bill Rowlands will help feed hungry festival goers.