Long lunch at Harrow
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.