Long lunch at Harrow

The Weekly Advertiser Horsham - - News -

Lovers of fine food and jazz mu­sic will gather on the banks of the Glenelg River on Saturday for a mon­eyraiser for Bay Riders Community Cen­tre at Harrow.

Cen­tre event or­gan­is­ers, work­ing as part of Harrow Bush Nurs­ing Cen­tre, will present the in­au­gu­ral Harrow Long Lunch.

Nurs­ing cen­tre man­ager Ann Vaughan said there was ex­cite­ment sur­round­ing the event.

“We are very ex­cited to host this event in Harrow, fea­tur­ing favourite cui­sine from our in­ter­na­tional cook­ing work­shops, which has been such a suc­cess­ful pro­gram for the past five years,” she said.

The event is sup­ported by strong district spon­sor­ship and a Community Strength­en­ing grant from West Wim­mera Shire Coun­cil.

The spon­sor­ship and fund­ing has en­abled or­gan­is­ers to se­cure Kal­imna, a Mt Gam­bier jazz quar­tet that show­cases stu­dent tal­ent from James Mor­ri­son Mu­sic Academy.

Ms Vaughan said the team at the Bay Riders Community Cen­tre was work­ing hard to en­sure the event was en­joy­able, with vol­un­teer cooks from the pro­gram plan­ning de­li­cious taste plates.

“As well as our vol­un­teer cooks, we are also very for­tu­nate to have Sloba Petro­vic, a for­mer chef from renowned Ade­laide restau­rant The Volga pre­par­ing the main course,” she said.

“The ta­bles will stretch out across the banks of the Glenelg River be­hind the Harrow Hall – it is sure to be a de­light­ful Saturday af­ter­noon and ev­ery­one is wel­come.”

Start­ing at noon, the event is bring-your-own glass and drinks. Book­ings are essen­tial through Harrow Bush Nurs­ing Cen­tre.

Bay Riders Community Cen­tre was pre­vi­ously known as Harrow Neigh­bour­hood House and op­er­ates pro­grams from Harrow Bush Nurs­ing Cen­tre.

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