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Welcome feed on again

06 Jun 2017

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Following the success of last year’s inaugural Southbank event, the Welcome Dinner Project will return to the Boyd community Hub on June 29.

Supported by the City of Melbourne, more than 35 locals gathered for last year’s dinner in September and the positive response has prompted organisers to return to Southbank.

The Welcome Dinner Project connects people who are new to Australia with the established community over a shared meal to celebrate the diversity in our neighbourhood.

Both established Southbank residents and newly arrived people are welcome to attend and bring a dish and connect with others.

Guests are invited to bring a plate of food traditional to their culture or that reminds them of home with the aim of breaking down barriers and connecting over a meal. The dinner starts at 6pm.

Registration for the dinner is essential and can be done so at southbankcommunitydinner.eventbrite.com.au

For more information on the Welcome Dinner Project visit www.joiningthedots.org

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